In this hectic political season, it’s easy for those of us who follow both conservative politics and Judeo-Christian doctrine to lean towards politics. As I write this on the Sabbath, I find my mind drifting towards politics. The two don’t have to exist as mutually exclusive components in our lives. The separation of church and state doesn’t have to exist in our own minds. For this reason, it’s important to discuss how faith plays a role in elections.
Initially, I intended to wait until after the results of the Iowa caucus before writing this, but that doesn’t really match the tone. When you read this, you’ve probably already seen the results which is why the pre-caucus perspective is important when it comes to faith in the system and our leaders.
One does not have to hit their knees before bed and read the Bible daily to see the clear need for Judeo-Christian values within the Oval Office. Faith matters, but many in the mainstream media are trying to downplay the importance of faith in a President. Believing this fallacy may be the biggest mistake an American can make.
There’s only one reason that I don’t really worry more about Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, or Bernie Sanders. As much as I would dislike any of them becoming the leader of the country, I have faith in God’s Will. As Christian conservatives, we are charged to pray daily for our Father’s Will to be done and we have to know in our hearts that whatever happens, it was meant to be.
Conservatives and Christians have been concerned about the education system in the United States for decades. Some would say that when we took the Bible out of schools, we started the downfall of American culture. At this point, I won’t even try to stir up that discussion. The battle lines have been drawn much further to the left. Today, we must start by trying to prevent America from becoming like Iceland.
If there’s one thing that pundits across the board missed last summer, it’s that they didn’t apply what they’ve instinctively known all along. A handful did, but even they underestimated the number of people who rely on the lowest dimension to determine their candidate of choice.
It’s not for men to judge other men when it comes to their faith and their relationship with Jesus Christ. However, it is our duty to understand the hearts of our teachers, clergy, and most importantly our leaders. Today, Donald Trump confirmed what we’ve thought for a long time: he has no idea what true Christianity really is.
You have to admit that liberals are brilliant. Their ideologies are unable to stand against critical thought so they’ve systematically taken over the two most important components of adult thought leadership: the media and colleges. Below is an example of how our children are indoctrinated at university.
Let’s break this down to the true final four. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Chris Christie are the only candidates left who have a chance of winning the GOP nomination for President. Sorry Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, and all other candidates’ fans. Even Rubio and Christie are long shots at this point.
Conservative Christians around the country have been trying to figure out ways to go against the Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges. We’ve had Kim Davis doing her thing. Politicians are making promises they (hopefully) know they can’t really keep. Now, the chief justice of Alabama’s supreme court has attempted to keep his state’s probate judges from issuing same-sex marriage licences.