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FRONT PAGE  |  11/21/2017
SUNDAY, NOV 20, 2011  |  11 comments
There Was A Secret Meeting Of Pastors In Iowa, And It Could Be Great News For Ron Paul

According to a source, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, and Ron Paul all spoke at the event, which brought together some of Iowa's most influential evangelical pastors. Organized by the powerful Christian activist David Lane, the two-day conference was a feeble attempt to recapture some of the evangelical energy behind Mike Huckabee's Iowa caucus win in 2008.

Last week's conference gave Paul exposure to Iowa's Christian leaders, the gatekeepers to the Iowa caucuses. Unlike Perry and Gingrich, Paul has an active field organization in Iowa, and consistently polled at the top of state polls. But he has struggled to expand support beyond his cultlike base. ...


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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Is Noddy a bobble-head, Mike?
Don't know, John. What's Noddy?
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News Item11/21/11 5:42 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
Jim has little interest in politics, just enough to remind us how he thinks we should be bobble-heads when Caesar barks. It's easier than believing in something requiring more than the fatalist God-decides-the-vote-outcome idea.
Is Noddy a bobble-head, Mike?
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News Item11/21/11 4:59 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Rufus wrote:
Are you a not a disciple of Jesus? Do you not bother with politics?
Jim has little interest in politics, just enough to remind us how he thinks we should be bobble-heads when Caesar barks. It's easier than believing in something requiring more than the fatalist God-decides-the-vote-outcome idea.
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News Item11/21/11 3:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Actually. Rufus, I even voted in elections even when I was in Vietnam (especially after I was drafted. ) I may have only missed up to, two primaries in my life, (You can see I originally come from a Republican family, but who many years ago saw that Republicans weren't the sole honors to common sense and especially honesty. )

But do I think it does any good? Not really I never been one of the sheep, I never had radio commentators do my thinking for me, etc. So, seeing how elections turn out, I'm glad that the results are in God's hands, q.v., The Believer and Politics.

By the way, When I was a Methodist; I never paid a bit of attention to my Methodist ministers when they talked about politics! -- well except to consider the opposite position.

Thankfully my pastor spends his time on what he is suppose to be doing expositions on the Word.

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Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Whatever these pastors are, they aren't biblical. You don't see Jesus or his disciples bothering with politics, they were too busy spreading the Good News from God, which these pastors should try, to be doing something different from what they are apparently use to doing?
Are you a not a disciple of Jesus? Do you not bother with politics?
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News Item11/21/11 2:48 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Whatever these pastors are, they aren't biblical. You don't see Jesus or his disciples bothering with politics, they were too busy spreading the Good News from God, which these pastors should try, to be doing something different from what they are apparently use to doing?
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News Item11/20/11 6:17 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
I have trouble imagining any of them to be Theonomists, since none, that I can tell, have anything like Reformed beliefs & would probably be repelled by them. Plus, their social skills are too good.

I rather think they are simply ambitious & want to make a splash. If so, would they have patience for the Talmudic hair-splitting common among Theonomists, when there are elections to be won?

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News Item11/20/11 3:08 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Quite true, Neil. One wonders how many of these pastors who apparently don't realize How the Church Relates to the Kingdom. Apparently some are theonomists and Theonomy stinks to high heaven.
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News Item11/20/11 11:29 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
”Evangelical powerbrokers“? While I suspect this is merely the usual journalistic hyperbole, at the same time, I've seen firsthand how ambitious & grasping self-anointed ”Christian leaders“ can be.

Yet they're also too foolish to be serious players. A candidate with any sense & the rare gift of doing right can do so without treating with these clowns.

An example of how wrongheaded they can be:
"From my perspective, our country is going to hell because pastors won't lead from the pulpits." – David Lane

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News Item11/20/11 9:39 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Pastors have meetings and conferences all the time. Media is seldom if ever invited. If that makes the meetings secret in their view, too bad.
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News Item11/20/11 6:34 AM
Scott McMahan | Internet  Find all comments by Scott McMahan
A "secret meeting of pastors"? Reminds me of a verse. "Therefore do not fear them, for there is nothing concealed that will not be revealed, or hidden that will not be known." Matt 10:26
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