Published October 7, 2004
by Authorhouse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||204|
Dr. D. James Kennedy seeks to give his views on how God would vote in any election. Kennedy, in his final book prior to his death, attempts to break down many issues that we must deal with in the elections, e.g., abortion, death penalty, war, education, health care, the economy and more/5(21). In addition to driving (M+ page views), Giles is the author of the NEW book, Would Jesus Vote for Trump? Giles is also an artist and his work can be seen here at The title of this book is somewhat misleading, as the author admits himself that we dont even know if Jesus would indeed vote. If you were expecting a book that would tell you clearly where Jesus himself would vote on some of the major issues in this years election, you might be disappointed/5. Great job Doug Giles, and Brandon Vallorani!!! Would Jesus Vote For Trump? I’ve thought all along that the answer to this question would be a resounding YES. Now, having read this book, I am more than positive that this is the case. I’ve known Doug Giles for almost 10 years now/5.
Laying out the case based on principles from the Bible, Matt Henderson shows you which political party would capture Jesus' vote. In this unapologetic book of showing why Jesus would vote a certain way, he also calls on Christians to exercise their Biblical duty to : Matthew Henderson. Jesus would vote for none of the candidates. In fact, He would not vote at all. If Jesus were here on earth now, He would be doing the same things He did 2, years ago (Hebrews ). He would be talking about how Satan rules over this earth today and how people can escape his destructive influence. So, would Jesus vote for Trump? No doubt many, especially on The Left and the NeverTrumpkins who claim Christ, probably just spit out their double chocolaty chip crème frappuccino over the mere posing of that question but best-selling authors, Doug Giles and Brandon Vallorani, wanted to know if Trump and his policies reflected Jesus and His. It is, of course, written with a Urantia Book perspective, and tells us a lot about Jesus: How Would Jesus Vote? I think this is a great topic and it's understandable that people who love Jesus would ponder this at election time. I have gotten some interesting insights when considering this question of how Jesus would vote.
Jesus, of course, would vote exactly as they do. But would he? Examining some of the most contentious political topics of our time in light of Scripture and the teachings of Jesus, the end goal of this book is not to promote a particular point of view but to objectively portray what the Bible says on political and cultural topics. Darrell Bock intends to provoke a different kind of conversation—one where differences are Released on: Jesus referred to these books when he spoke of the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms. Outside the Holy Land some Jews included twelve to fifteen other books as part of Scripture. The Septuagint, which was translated in Egypt, contains books that we now call the Apocrypha. (Apocrypha means “those hidden away.”). I think this is a great topic and it's understandable that people who love Jesus would ponder this at election time. I have gotten some interesting insights when considering this question of how Jesus would vote. In the first place, I don't think Jesus would ever allow his political position to be known. Jesus fully understood his own power. Doug Giles: Would Jesus Vote for Trump? | The Eric Metaxas Radio Show - Duration: The Book of Job - Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz - Duration: Hidabroot.