Tag Archives: christian politics

Christian Response to Our Current Government

February 8, 2015

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There’s a great article posted over at the AiroCross blog right now.  We American Christians (especially here in the South) tend to look at our world, our politics and our freedoms through red, white and blue lenses rather than through the revealed Word of God.  In the past, the two views were often similar, but […]

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Talkin’ about Fear!

July 31, 2010

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Right now, we have a small construction project going on at the ChurchSalt world headquarters (my house).  Being construction ignorant, I have enlisted the help of a friend who has more talent and patience than myself.  My friend likes to have the radio on while working, so recently we spent a day listening to political talk […]

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Is “Enmity” the Problem?? Pt.1

April 26, 2010

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I have been wanting to write a few words on this subject for a while now, but was unsure how to address it.  The problem I find myself facing is in trying to expound upon, further illuminate, or unveil something that is crystal clear in Scripture.  When something is presented in a straightforward manner (black […]

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Through Fat and Thin…

April 24, 2010

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To those of you professing Christianity, I must ask the same question I ask of myself.  Do you profess Christ now because the sacrifice is relatively low?  Contending for the faith, preaching the Word, and holding fast to sound doctrine may cost you some friendships, you may miss out on that promotion, or maybe even lose […]

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Politics and the Christian

April 16, 2010

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I read this article over at HERESCOPE and thought it was something that needed to be repeated.  Rarely do I take this blog into the political realm, but this posting does a wonderful job at summarizing what a truly Biblical political stance should look like.  Read, enjoy, and be challenged! In his book The Backslider, in the chapter titled […]

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