“The question for the American Christian is: Will we speak out on behalf of those who are running from the very terror that we are rightly trying to put an end to?”
If the bill also passes in the Senate, it will move to President Trump, whose office has already communicated his inclination to sign the bill into law.
President-elect Trump shared his current views on immigration, same-sex marriage and abortion—in a recent '60 Minutes' interview.
The church shines its light through action, not its political leaders.
Seriously, I don’t think Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton would’ve been on Jesus’ radar much more than Caesar.
Read church history and you’ll see some of the worst atrocities in human history justified by people calling themselves followers of Jesus, but craving earthly kingdom power.
Ultimately it’s hard to see how whatever Wikileaks is accomplishing outweighs its ugly associations.
“For churchgoers and those with evangelical beliefs, their pocketbook and personal safety are paramount”
Right now, a vote for a pro-life, moderately conservative candidate with a 1-3 percent chance of being President might trump the other options.
Donald Wahl: “We do not support our president in his endorsement of Trump."
While MacDonald did not withdraw his support, he did say he’s suspending his role.
The mixed response in the evangelical community to Trump’s most recent controversy mirrors what is currently happening in the Republican Party.
For evangelicals there’s a lot to like about both candidates, at least in comparison to the presidential options.
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