Though election day is behind us and the direction of the country set, politics will most likely continue to overstep into most of our lives and our culture. After all, the presidential campaign season has already begun. Without abandoning the political sphere altogether or downplaying its importance, Christians must push back against the all-consuming nature … More Democracy Isn’t a Worldview: Politics Can’t Answer Our Deepest Questions
For all those who claim there is no need for ballot reform, I would put forth this case and the other in I believe NM where someone was elected to a statewide congressional seat while being dead. Let the absurdity of that sink in. Let us use some common sense, if Florida can count 21 … More In A Deep Red State, A Dead Democrat Wins The Election
Today November 8th, 2022 is voting day in America. These are what is known as MID-TERM elections, meaning they come in the middle of the sitting president’s term of office. The rhetoric on both sides of the aisle has been pretty much as expected with claims ranging from mild to wild. What is not or … More Voting: How America is an Experiment in Self-Government
I am not about to tell anyone which way they should vote, however, I will say that if you claim to be a Christian first it is your duty to vote. Furthermore the path or way you should vote is clearly dictated by the Bible. To vote for any candidate that supports anti-biblical policies is … More Midterm Vote 2022
(This Breakpoint is republished from 8.2.21.) Recently, a denominational leader said to me that the best thing that the Church could do to handle the challenges of this cultural moment would be to “stay in its lane.” That the so-called “culture wars” have been grueling, and the Church is primarily called to spread the Gospel. That when it comes … More The Church’s Lane Is the Whole Cosmos
Elections belong to the people. —Abraham Lincoln Every citizen’s vote is sacred. The vote is how we guarantee that our government remains of the people, by the people, and for the people. Americans need and deserve elections that they can trust. Legitimate voters should be able to vote in privacy without being harassed, secure in … More Election Integrity Score Card – 12/16/2021
Unless you do not live in the US you must have seen or read about the Virginia governor’s race. It has been national news for months now. One of the key issues (and the only reason I chose an image from the ACLU, I could not resist the irony) was the democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe’s … More The results of the VA Elections – Nov 2021
This post for an acquaintance in VA, asks about voting but applies to all our daily walk. Things like shopping, remember it was not too long ago that Target Stores were the target of a major Christian boycott. Now I see “Christians” shopping there because ‘the prices are good and what does it matter.’ We … More WHEN YOU VOTE, DO YOU SOW TO THE SPIRIT OR THE FLESH
“State legislatures finally realized in many states that these holes and vulnerabilities … need to be fixed,” Heritage Foundation election expert Hans von Spakovsky says… SOURCE: 18 States Passed Election Reforms This Year. Here’s What They Did.
On September 10th, 2001 I was 33 years old. My husband was an NYPD officer and we lived in a co-op that we could not have bought without help from our parents. We were $50,000 in debt from credit cards and I was working as a graphic artist and occasi… Source: Liberalism in the Rearview … More Liberalism in the Rearview Mirror
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