Politics and religion

Religion and politics make strange bedfellows. So the saying goes. And it’s so true.

In a theocracy, where the two are meant to be mixed, religion rules.

In a democratic (not the party but the type of govt.) country it’s not supposed to happen. It’s happening a lot lately. And religion suffers because of it.

Christianity and politics make strange bedfellows

Christianity and politics make strange bedfellows

You’ve probably heard it before – Religion and politics make strange bedfellows. Today though, we’re going to narrow it down to Christianity, rather than religion as a whole. So we end up with Christianity and politics make strange bedfellows. And when we narrow it down like that, the combination of Christianity and politics is even more strange than religion and politics! Why? Because some religions do intentionally have the government, politics and governmental laws, integrated with their theology and religious laws.

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Do politically active Christians understand the armor of God

Do politically active Christians understand the armor of God?

Do politically active Christians understand the armor of God? Judging by the words from Ron DeSantis and people’s reactions to those words, I’m sad to say that, in far too many cases, the answer is no. In fact, I’ll go further and say that politically active Christians who support DeSantis and the words coming from him don’t understand Christianity. They don’t understand some core statements from the Bible on Jesus or what He commanded His followers.

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