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MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 4

In MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 3, we considered the Christian nature of the American experiment of government. In that post, I argued that Christians must work to make certain their government reflects their values. Nevertheless, government … Continue reading

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MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 3

The Christian Nature Of The American Experiment In the last post in this series, MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 2, we left off with a conundrum. For the sake of our souls, each of us must voluntarily take … Continue reading

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SOME RANDOM THOUGHTS — a reblog

When I wrote WORSHIP OF THE GOD OF STUFF — A reblog, I got an interesting comment that inspired this reblog. It reminded me that some smart people who really should know better cannot figure out the difference between the government dole … Continue reading

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WORSHIP OF THE GOD OF STUFF — A reblog

Rob Barkman is running a series on Revelation. His latest is an interesting post on the fleeting nature of riches. We are all familiar with the story of the rich young ruler who wanted to follow Jesus, but could not let … Continue reading

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MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 2

In MUST THERE BE CHOICE BETWEEN GOD AND GOVERNMENT? — PART 1, I promised to provide my answer to the subject question. Before I do, however, I would like to thank those who offered their thoughts in the comments following that last post. … Continue reading

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