Is there a pro-life evangelical argument for Biden? No
Their first example of a âconsistent ethicâ concerns the Presidentâs Emergency Plan For Aids Relief. PEPFAR is a highly successful international program launched by President George W. Bush that seeks to fight AIDS through fundamental improvement of healthcare in developing countries. The program has enjoyed bipartisan support ever since it was implemented and has already saved an estimated 17 million lives. The pro-life for Biden group asserts that a proposed $800 million Trump administration cut to the program is a sanctity of life issue.
What the group doesnât point out is the fact that other first world countries have stepped up coordination with PEPFAR as a result of Trumpâs overall effort to get other rich nations to shoulder their fair share of humanitarian aid. According to then U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Dr. Debra Birx (now of COVID fame), Trumpâs proposed budget âhas actually helped me...
There is no evangelical argument for Biden, period. There is no Catholic argument for Biden. There is no Christian argument for Biden. There is no moral argument for Biden. There is no American argument for Biden. There is no logical argument for Biden. There is no intelligent argument for Biden. There is no worthwhile argument for Biden whatsoever. There is only a satanic argument for Biden.
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I skimmed the article. What these so-called leaders miss is that the church has a particular mission in regards to the poor that is NOT supposed to be supplanted by the state. But ever since LBJ's "war on poverty," the argument has been that the need is too great. I disagree. But there are underlying moral structural issues in lack of fatherhood, a wrong view of marriage as something of convienence, and the concept that working hard to escape circumstances (when blessed with the fruit of hard work by the Lord) is a betrayal of that inner society. The Gospel is the solution to those problems through the cleansing work of the Holy Spirit once individuals come to faith.
The government doesn't offer this. It only offers more incentive to do mediocre.
The history of many different ethnic groups as immigrants to America reflects a similar pattern. Hard work with focus on education & launching the next generation well have served some so we'll Harvard is now descriminating against some Asians.
More government isn't the answer as these people suggest. Getting out of the way of the church is a start.
Mike wrote: Yes, Jim has yet to explain why he supports Governors taking away by fiat, State legislatorsâ responsibilities. Emergency powers? Who decides there is an emergency? Oh thatâs right, the governors. Some democracy Jim likes.
It appears clearly that Jim pursues an agenda while posting in a Conservative Christian platform continual attacks against biblical truth and righteousness.
No one can be a Christian with that set of mind, so there is only one explanation, a purpuseful destructive intrution against Christian culture and values, and in the end of true Christianity .
This is a token of the flat curve Christianity is at in the present Western Civilization.
HerbalMama wrote: Jim wrote: Mr. Baret, We should not have laws at the majority won't support, indeed in a democracy those Laws should not be passed in the firstplace And they'll be ignored in the second placeâ Lol, reminds me of some mandates.
Yes, Jim has yet to explain why he supports Governors taking away by fiat, State legislatorsâ responsibilities. Emergency powers? Who decides there is an emergency? Oh thatâs right, the governors. Some democracy Jim likes.
HerbalMama wrote: Watcher, please note where I said, "so says your leftist views " I do not hold to the opinion that a man is unable to speak against abortion. However, Jim's lefty friends do and Jim is in bed with them therefore he should live what he preaches and shut his mouth on abortion. See what I'm saying?
Indeed my friend. It just hit me wrong is all. I have met women who demanded that I keep quiet about abortion as I didn't know what I was talking about because I wasn't a woman.
On a side-note, I contacted PETA one time and told them I knew of an organization that was murdering baby animals en masse. They were incredulous. They asked me which organization was perpetuating the crimes and I told them it was Planned Parenthood. They ripped into me for my deception and I frankly told them because they considered man an animal, then why were they not protecting a class of animals that were going unnoticed in society? They refused to respond because I backed them into a corner they couldn't get out of. They know full well that abortion is wrong, but they have closed off their consciences so much that they can commit murder and sleep soundly at night.
Watcher, please note where I said, "so says your leftist views " I do not hold to the opinion that a man is unable to speak against abortion. However, Jim's lefty friends do and Jim is in bed with them therefore he should live what he preaches and shut his mouth on abortion. See what I'm saying?
Mister Lincoln, I fear you miss our purpose. Matt, 5:14. âYe are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid.â Friend, when we take a stand on truth, on the Bible, people notice and they see we are different. âForce the Kingdom on others?â Maybe not, but we certainly should not endorse sin, but rather take a firm and unwavering stand on the Word of God.
Romans 87 because the mind of the flesh is hostile towards God; for it is not subject to Godâs law, neither indeed can it be. 8 Those who are in the flesh canât please God.
Mr. Baret, We should not have laws at the majority won't support, indeed in a democracy those Laws should not be passed in the firstplace And they'll be ignored in the second placeâ
36. Jesus answered, âMy Kingdom is not of this world. If my Kingdom were of this world, then my servants would fight, that I wouldnât be delivered to the Jews. But now my Kingdom is not from here.â 37. Pilate therefore said to him, âAre you a king then?â Jesus answered, âYou say that I am a king. For this reason I have been born, and for this reason I have come into the world, that I should testify to the truth. Everyone who is of the truth listens to my voice.â
https://tinyurl.com/y576t94tÂ (Should Christians try to force the kingdom on others?)---neverâđ We are not to be a bunch of White Muslims
Delaware Attorney General Kathleen Jennings wrote: It is disturbingly clear that reproductive rights are under an unprecedented assault at both the national level and in many states, and my office has fought tirelessly to defend women's rights against those assaults,...
...I am clear-eyed that this fight goes on beyond our state's borders,...Draconian laws that unconstitutionally restrict or outright abolish abortion make us less safe, not more, and the disinformation campaigns that warp the facts and denigrate women who choose to terminate a pregnancy are shameless.
excerpt from, "Sixty-three prosecutors pledge not to criminalize abortion even if Roe v. Wade isÂ overturned"
"First even if Donald Trump wins in November 3 and the Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade, not a great deal will change. Gallup poll after Gallup poll shows that about 75% of the American people want abortion to be legal (although, fortunately, a majority also want some restrictions). So when the individual states recover the right to write the laws on abortion, abortion will be legal for most Americans."
https://tinyurl.com/y425pm3b (We are pro-life evangelicals for Biden)
Every law we make is pushing some form of ethics or morality onto someone else. Mr. Jim Lincoln, why donât we get rid of all laws so we can all live in anarchy? The question is not whether or not we should âforceâ Christian morals on others, every law does that. The question is which kind of morality will be forced on others. Jim Lincoln, if Christianity is not the morality you choose to push on others, then whose morality are you pushing on others? The Devilâs?