Jim's presumption and warning of"dominionism" is a false flag. He seeks to legislate morality, but it is the false morality of the society attempting to replace the real God with themselves. His arguments also lack discernment of the roles of the church and the state.
Instead, let us turn to God's word, pray, and then live our lives as the Lord has directed. And let us pray for Jim that the Holy Spirit would open his eyes and his heart.
Timothy, it is amusing to know that there is a big petition to rename the street that Trump Tower New York City is on after Obama‚ĚóūüĎć considering the economic recovery started under Obama your premise is false
Herbal mama, if you want to save babies you support Medicaid. The actions that Trump may make, one doesn't know if it saves any?
Got Questions? wrote: .... The Bible does not advise us to seek to establish a physical Christian kingdom. God had such a plan for Israel when they took control of the Promised Land, but, in the New Testament era, He has never called His people to establish a political kingdom ruled by His laws, commands, and statutes. Jesus said plainly that His kingdom is not of this world and, unlike the followers of worldly political leaders, His followers do not use force to establish the kingdom (John 18:36)....
excerpt from," Should Christians try to force the kingdom on others?"
Before I was cut off in my first message oh, I want to say the economy will determine if Trump is re-elected.
I wonder if anyone has measured how effective Obama was in accomplishing his goal of destroying America, Jim? I don‚Äôt necessarily have the statistical tools to do it, but my gut says he pretty well nailed it.
I don't know if anyone has measured how effective Trump's actions on limiting abortions are. However, one thing is very measurable and that is the economy
Zoe Daniel and Emily Olson wrote: "It's the economy, stupid."
US President Donald Trump's volatile leadership can be mystifying, but for those who support him, much of his appeal rests on his business boss persona.
When they voted for him, they were looking for a chief executive who would deliver prosperity, especially to inland America.
His record is imperfect in that election promises made to towns reliant on manufacturing haven't necessarily come to pass. But overall, unemployment is close to a 50-year low and the economy has grown strongly over the last five years....
excerpt from, "Donald Trump's 2020 election chances could fall if the US economy slides into recession"
Now the above article was done by Australians for the Australian market oh, but a similar opinion has been reached by American news services.
https://tinyurl.com/yxczpl58 ('Breaking point': Swing voters weigh Trump rhetoric against economy)
So if one supports Trump for his stance on abortion or for his support for Israel, it will be the economy that determines if he is