He is "leading so many people astray" and is "not a practicing Catholic."
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While I personally hold him in high esteem, I cannot concur with these conclusions.
If 650,000 men died on the Civil War battlefields because of the offense and bloodshed of slavery, what will that day of reckoning be for the blood of 62 million unborn babies?
Larry Tomczak warns the consequences of a Democratic win Tuesday would be more than dire for the U.S.
"And through fasting and praying, I believe this word for you and for this nation."
No, and here's why.
So why aren't more Christians involved in our governmental process?
How are we going to live in holiness and goodness when we don't vote in policy with politicians who are actually supporting holiness and goodness?
There is only one answer to this impossible scenario: But God (again in 2020).
While not all of Biden's response was lucid, his overall point was clear: He supports a child's right to identify as transgender.
"If the market thought Biden would win despite the polls, I believe the market would be in a downward spiral."
Ignorance abounds in the discussion of Amy Coney Barrett's faith.
At the close of the call, Lara Trump announced that similar prayer calls would continue up until the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Pastor Shane Idleman asks: "If the abortion industry, Soros, media, antifa and Hollywood are on your side, are you sure you're on the right side?"
Barrett is part of a group called the People of Praise, a Catholic charismatic community that grew out of the strong evangelical charismatic movement launched in 1971.
"When I write an opinion resolving a case, I read every word from the perspective of the losing party."
"Trump is a strong leader during these unprecedented times."
Ironically, her actions could involve both President Trump and Joe Biden.
At last, we have someone fighting back for us—and for the unborn.
The 59 million Christians who did not vote in 2016 must vote as if life depends on it—because it does.