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Anyone else note that the closest equivalent to "community organizers" in the Bible are the Pharisees? Not the government but using their collective power to sway the actions of government to help the people in ways the people really couldn't care less. His Highness, Barrack the Petulant, would have made a 'good' Pharisee. Mouchelle certainly has the dietary restriction stuff down.
But many conservatives belong to Jesus. Democrats however have been known to boo God.
We had a local talk show host who would always use the line "words mean things" to declare that "religions were banned from participation in government but not secular humanists or atheists because they weren't textbook definitions of religions. Didn't seem to have any problem playing fast and loose with the definition of 'establishment' or ignoring the free exercise clause in it's entirety.
Where's the like button?
But he also said that he came not to abolish the law but to fulfill it. Are you arguing the Old Testament is not operative on Christians?
They died because they lied about what they were doing. "Didn't it belong to you before it was sold? Wasn't the money at your disposal? What made you think doing such a thing?" Act 5:4. My money is on a community organizer.
Can anyone on the left explain to me why they confuse compulsion with compassion? By using the force of government for their religious ends, they encourage the very activities they are trying to prevent, and dissuade the very generosity they seek.
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