2 thoughts on “I don’t like debating….

  1. Very interesting. How would we feel if the person of “faith” was a radical muslim who believed all tenets of the Koran? I think most people would have a problem with that kind of faith. Faith is not what’s important. It’s what you put your faith in that should really matter!

    Thanks for posting.

  2. I have to agree with Liz on this one, although, I may be a little more liberal than many of your readers! I think what matters is character and integrity even more so than a politician being a Christian who believes just as we do.

    I mean just think about all the Christian leaders who have caused all kinds of corruption both in the political arena and in the church as well.

    Being a Christian does not magically make someone a good politician just like being the person who has worked a job for the longest time does not magically make them the best choice for a management position.

    So back to agreeing with Liz – the object of our faith is what makes all of the difference, but as James says, “Faith without works is dead.”

    So, in a nutshell, if we do desire a Bible Believing Christian to run for office, we should expand that desire to include the word PRACTICING.

    I figured you were looking for debate with this post so there you go!

    If I had a choice between John Macarthur for President OR Steven Covey, I hate to say it but I’d vote for the more open minded of the two!!!!

    Bring on the flames!!!! LOL

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