The religious left tells us that budgets are moral documents. One report says the federal government runs 126 different anti-poverty programs. Has anyone noticed we still have poor people? Maybe we need another way. What does the Bible say about helping the poor?
Does your past haunt you? Are you bitter even about America’s past?
This post updates the one at American Thinker with supplemental Q&A. Now updated Feb. 2, 2017.
Despite the confusion circulating over the web for years, the Bible unambiguously upholds the sanctity of prenatal life.
It’s happening here in California, and it’s coming soon to a state like yours.
Sometimes the church can be self-righteous and condemn a sinner in the name of holiness, ignoring mercy. Or it can be permissive in the name of mercy, ignoring holiness.
People forget that the Bible also advocates liberty. Let’s see what we can discover from these historical, culture-bound laws.
The question is really asking whether they can kill in the name of the law or the Constitution.
Did they pick up swords to stop the persecution and control nonconformists?
To answer that question, we look at four episodes in the Gospels: John the Baptist and some soldiers; Jesus and a centurion; an apparent command to use a sword against a disciple’s family; and two swords during Jesus’ arrest.
To answer that question, we must separate the Kingdom of G0d from the Kingdom of Caesar.