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What will Kerry Do About Christian Persecution in China?

pinenee Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 2:47 PM
Mr. Blackwell and Christians, when man/woman perform measurable and see-able ethical, with worth, and in a moral concept tasks, HUMANS DID IT NOT GOD OR JESUS. Today, 2013, Christians require permission and an invitation to DO. Christianity do not have the power, influence, or authority to indoctrinate another without permission or an invitation, Looking back will certainly bring a pillar of salt.

Editor's Note: This column was coauthored by Bob Morrison.

Secretary of State John Kerry chose an interesting place to deliver his first foreign policy address. The former Massachusetts senator spoke at the University of Virginia. He was introduced by the university’s president, Teresa Sullivan. Dr. Sullivan noted that the university’s founder, Thomas Jefferson, had served as the first Secretary of State.

Unlike today’s foreign policy elites, Mr. Jefferson thought religious freedom was fundamental to our political liberties. He authored the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, which he introduced into the state’s General Assembly in 1779. It was a world historical...