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    Rev. Franklin Graham Decision America Tour

    I just got back from the Denver stop. Very inspiring!

    I was surprised at how many people there were on a weekday. It was completely packed. The message was spot on: Christians have to engage with politics and make more decisions with an eye to biblical values instead of secular values.

    It was also not too long!

    If it comes to your state, you should attend.

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    In our age there is no such thing as 'keeping out of politics.' All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred and schizophrenia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I just got back from the Denver stop. Very inspiring!

    I was surprised at how many people there were on a weekday. It was completely packed. The message was spot on: Christians have to engage with politics and make more decisions with an eye to biblical values instead of secular values.

    It was also not too long!

    If it comes to your state, you should attend.

    Tour Dates
    Make more decisions with an eye to biblical values?

    Oh great, that translates into lip service on abortion and more government spending in compromise to stop whatever cause is popular at the pulpit. How has that worked out so far?

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    I'm sorry, but after seeing all his butt kissing to Trump in the name of God (which is ironic since Trump doesn't ask God for forgiveness), I'm a little bit disgusted with Graham. I see him more as a political pundit than a preacher.
    And with black men being killed on camera, riots, and the president trying to destroy free speech welcome to Level 6 of Jumanji.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I just got back from the Denver stop. Very inspiring!

    I was surprised at how many people there were on a weekday. It was completely packed. The message was spot on: Christians have to engage with politics and make more decisions with an eye to biblical values instead of secular values.

    It was also not too long!

    If it comes to your state, you should attend.

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    It doesn't, but thanks for the schedule.
    Trouble is, Christians can't engage in politics as Christians. Believe that's what Cruz was trying to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Marva View Post
    It doesn't, but thanks for the schedule.
    Trouble is, Christians can't engage in politics as Christians. Believe that's what Cruz was trying to do.
    Sure they can. And do.

    What they can't do is pass laws based solely on their Christian beliefs without a secular purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanie View Post
    I'm sorry, but after seeing all his butt kissing to Trump in the name of God (which is ironic since Trump doesn't ask God for forgiveness), I'm a little bit disgusted with Graham. I see him more as a political pundit than a preacher.
    I didn't realize that. If true, it's disappointing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michele View Post
    I didn't realize that. If true, it's disappointing.
    Maybe it's just my way of looking at him when I read his facebook feed. He just really comes off a certain way to me.
    And with black men being killed on camera, riots, and the president trying to destroy free speech welcome to Level 6 of Jumanji.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michele View Post
    I didn't realize that. If true, it's disappointing.
    It isn't. Graham has publicly disassociated himself from the Republican Party (he is no longer a member) and says so at his rallies. He's clear about noting how the both parties have failed the country and that people who put their hope in Republicans are fooling themselves.

    His message is to become politically involved but detached from current political aims - such as those found in either party.

    For a butt-kisser, he really fell down on the job at the rally I attended. In fact, none of his remarks could be seen as favorable to Trump or any Republican candidate. They all fall far short of the standard he is discussing.

    But of course I was actually there and didn't get all my ideas from Facebook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    It isn't. Graham has publicly disassociated himself from the Republican Party (he is no longer a member) and says so at his rallies. He's clear about noting how the both parties have failed the country and that people who put their hope in Republicans are fooling themselves.

    His message is to become politically involved but detached from current political aims - such as those found in either party.

    For a butt-kisser, he really fell down on the job at the rally I attended. In fact, none of his remarks could be seen as favorable to Trump or any Republican candidate. They all fall far short of the standard he is discussing.

    But of course I was actually there and didn't get all my ideas from Facebook.
    Makes sense. Why would he alienate people from his message of Salvation (assuming that since haven't heard him speak) - and potentially from the Samaritan's purse foundation- by affiliating with any group politically.

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