Posts Tagged ‘elections’

Mt. Carmel Christianity Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of devils. (1 Corinthians 10:21) To partake of both the Lord’s table and the table of devils is to be as double minded as were the Israelites […]

With the election debates in full swing, election fervor has, once again, heated up. The blogs and airwaves are humming with election anticipation. And why not? After all, elections are one of the Constitutional Republic’s inviolable rights. But have you ever considered the consequences if you were unable to vote on election day? Would government […]

I appreciate much that Pastor Baldwin stands for. As compared with most of today’s pastors, he’s one in a million. Given the time to sit down and compare notes, he and I would probably find more that we agree than disagree on. Nevertheless, I couldn’t differ with him more when it comes to his promotion […]

It is better to trust in Yahweh1 than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in Yahweh than to put confidence in princes. (Psalm 118:8-9) QUESTION: Do elections benefit or harm America? ANSWER: Depends upon whether we’re talking about Constitutional or Biblical elections. Constitutional Election Two hundred and twenty-six years of unbiblical […]

In this article, I continue to examine Mr. Fortenberry’s “Hidden Facts of the Founding Era,” in which he proposes forty-eight points that allegedly prove the Constitution was based upon the Bible. Point #30 “Article 2, Section 1 – ‘The electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot…. The person having the greatest […]

When I wrote last week’s article, I had no intentions of its being a multi-part series. That was before I read Bill Fortenberry’s “Hidden Facts of the Founding Era.” His article proposes forty-eight points intended to prove the Constitution was based upon the Bible. In actuality, his article is a case study in straining at […]

Today’s blog was inspired by Allan Erickson’s post “Some Radical New Year Suggestions for Our Esteemed Leaders…” In it, he offered some excellent suggestions, but I propose that the following ten “radical” recommendations are far superior. #1: I propose the humanistic government of, by, and for the people be replaced with a government of, by, […]