Brad431 Wrote:
Nov 13, 2012 12:34 PM
Cal blithely assumes that O's goverment will continue to allow churches and Christians to help the poor and preach the gospel, as in the past. He also presumes the evangelical movement in politics was to implement the gospel via government. Both are wrong. Humanist governments will always oppose the gospel and forbid religious charity while offering government alternatives instead. Cal years ago you rightly noticed the dirty bathwater around some evangelicals and politics. But you tossed out the baby as well. Now there is no salt to slow the societial corruption.