Since the chaplain refused to affirm the two dykes, I'll do it for him: Ladies, and I use that term VERY loosely, I hereby affirm that if you two clods don't repent and trust the only begotten Son of God as your Saviour, you are going to bust hell wide open. There. They're affirmed.
No denomination. Independent Baptist. IOW, the Baptists who had left the denomination when it started its liberal/apostate shenanigans many years ago. But I will say that the Presbyterians a hundred years ago were closer to a scriptural stance than the SBC has been for fifty years or longer. Come on out, JAG. Just because Mama and them are buried behind the church is no reason to keep hanging around with a group that tolerates ijits like Raggedy Andy.
I told my wife I wasn't being extravagant when I bought 96 pairs of diamond-studded goat shoes, but she didn't believe me. Worthless ol' hunks of carbon. I may start using them for charcoal in my grill.
"The good of others" does not appear to be altogether lacking in Mr. Trump's presidency, Jimbo. Thanks to his tax cut, my wife and I, who are far, far from wealthy, are able to give more to the church for mission outreach and to other individuals to help meet their needs. Multiply that by millions of people who are able to do likewise, and I'd say there has been considerable progress towards the good of others. As my wife and I drive to church, we pass construction sites where new houses, apartments, and places of business are going up, and many, many businesses have "Now Hiring" signs on the front door. This did not happen under the kind, caring, compassionate Demoncratic administration that preceded the current one. Instead, Obama and his minions drove the economy into the ground, endorsed gross sexual perversion, and did all in their power to spread mass murder worldwide. How did that contribute to "the good of others," Mr. Linkin?
Here's another "if, then" consideration, Jim. If you say you are against Christians being involved in politics, as you so often do, then you should quit posting items that deal exclusively with politics, as you so often do--unless, of course, you are willing to admit openly that you are not a Christian yourself and therefore exempt from the proscription of Christians from engaging in politics. The only alternative is to brand yourself as a glaring hypocrite.
The following is not a theory, but established fact. Satan and his followers have conspired to overthrow Christ, His church, and every form of righteousness. Devils have infiltrated and in many cases overtaken government entities at every level. Satan actually WILL rule this world--but not for long. Second Thessalonians 1:6-10 gives us what our old friend Paul Harvey used to call "the rest of the story." Stay tuned for further developments.