Chris, your comments make me wonder what John Knox would proclaim about such women given his sermon "The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstruous Regiment of Women" against the Catholic Queens that persecuted the Protestant church in the 1600's.
Frank " A government political position is never appropriate for a woman regardless of her circumstances. There are circumstances when a woman must work outside the home, but not as a political leader."
Is this spelled out in Scripture or a something assumed to be implied in the Word that is more of an appropriated cultural preference?
John Yurich USA wrote: Frank, What is your problem anyway? Why can't you give a Catholic credit for any spiritually moral acts? And why you state that Catholics can't be morally correct about their stance on abortion being wrong?
Some individuals negate the faith response of all Catholic laity given a tendency to misplace their disdain of the Roman priestly faith/works system onto all Catholics' faith response to the Holy Trinty. It's like dismissing all IFBs' as pharisees because some of their pastors are legalists in regard to soteriology.
They progressives will stay because there are no punitive or disciplinary actions against them, and they will wait to get the upper hand in the fututre. Too bad they don't leave so the church would have a chance at making a turn toward truth.
Trump apparently not familiar with his administration's push for global decriminalization of homosexuality David Knowles 12 hours ago
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Trump wouldnât answer question about campaign to decriminalize homosexuality Ad: 6 seconds President Trump reacted with surprise when asked Wednesday about reports that his administration was making a global push to decriminalize homosexuality.
In an Oval Office exchange with reporters, Trump was asked about the plan, which was first reported by NBC News on Tuesday.
âMr. President, on your push to decriminalize homosexuality, are you going to do that? And why?â
âSay it?â Trump responded.
âYour push to decriminalize homosexuality around the world,â the reporter clarified.
âI donât know which report youâre talking about,â Trump said. âWe have many reports.â
Tragic the fallen nature of man and especially the arrogance of those born into familes of prominance and emboldened by ruling such as the governor of the Empire state. According to Josephus, power made Caligula incredibly conceited and wicked, and ultimately led him to think he was a god.
For better (proclaiming the gospel of grace in Christ alone) or for worse (rampant eucumenicalism at crusades), Franklin Graham has followed in his father's foot steps in many ways except that he does not try to curry favor with the media or elites if it goes against conscience.
I wonder if most of the arm chair theologians that comment on here in the safety of their anonimity would do the same if anyone in the world cared to listen.
DF wrote: "Notice that they didn't bring up the difference between the VP being Catholic and the wife not, probably because they didn't want to anger any Catholics who are in those types of marital unions, and most likely, they can't tell the difference themselves."
I thought VP Pence was R. Catholic as well, but wikipedia lists a source that says he was converted to a born again evangelical faith while in college.
It would seem the congregation was somewhat supportive in the beginning but became intimidated given we're not used to persecution in North America.
I wonder what impact it would have if a majority of faithful churches on SermonAudio were courageousness enough to stand with this minister in biblical solidarity and replicate the sign and message across the country in the weeks to come.
I don't think Carl McIntire, Ian Paisley, or W. A. Criswell would have been intimidated.