Alan West said this, when asked if he would consent to be Vice President:
"you would have to make sure that it is something that God would ordain for you"
Does this not mean that Obama was ordained by God?
No - it means that he thinks leaders are granted that position through the intercession of god, not through the actual process of corruption, lying, cheating and self interest.
Cool! So all these religios must admit that Obama is there by God's decree!!
They are defying God by bashing him.
This is what Walker of Wisconsin said after passing measures, among which rolled back the 2009 Equal Pay Enforcement Act.
"We realize that all this is just a temporary thing and God's got a plan for us that, who knows where it might be, beyond just serving as governor of this state, but if we stay true to that, there's always comfort," he said. "And God's grace is always abundant no matter what you do."
something seriously creepy when they use god to discriminate...
I once saw "Hallowed be Thy name" over the entrance to an old boarded up prison...felt the same way.
by ecoggins 5 years ago
Does receptiveness to God's grace first require recognition of the need?
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
Question for liberals. Is it OK to discriminate against people who has a different political views?Not a trick question. I read recently that some companies are firing people who supported Trump in this last election. As far as I know, politics is NOT a protected class. We have laws on the book for...
by Chris Remmie 4 years ago
After a careful reading of Romans 9, what provokes one to bring God's justice into question when Paul anticipates these questions of objection? What's the controversy Paul is bringing to light here?"Is there injustice on God's part?" (Rom 9:14)"Why does he still find fault?"...
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
Free Will basically consists of doing as one pleases.Question:1. What restrictions do we willingly place on our own free wills? 2. Why are we willing to make these choices?3. What restrictions do we unwillingly, or begrudgingly accept?4. Why are these restrictions unpleasant to endure?5. How does...
by ImAllEars 13 months ago
Im a Christian and not married legally...But in God's eyes I am..Do you think its acceptable?If yes than thankyou we do to but are still getting married in the eyes of the law. If No my question is Who married adam and eve?
by mishpat 4 years ago
Seems we Christians get sucked into discussion where we are called to task to support a God that "does not exist"; "supports" murder of innocents; is "intolerant" of alternate life styes and so forth.God can take care of Himself. He takes care of His. ...
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