EBOOK READ Voting as a Christian

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the history how it has been established and the manner of hit it has been enforced Instead it is reduced so a small paragraphI disagreed some of Grudem s Conclusions For The Negative Impact Of Campaign for the negative impact campaign laws He argues that many of the richest people in politics who have been elected are Democrats he also identifies the rich mega donor George Soros This presumes however that there are not as eually rich if not billionaires who contribute to the Republicans As I write this in 2020 many of the examples Grudem mentions for Democrats are now appointed in executive levels of the US government within a Republican administrationThe Supreme Court ruling Citizens United v FEC is mentioned in the book This has subseuently lead to the creation of Super PACs which allowed for privation donations to be permitted and obscured Grudem mentions that while private individuals should be allowed to make political contributions he supports the reporting of contributions that exceed the amounts common people would provide I agree with the sentiment but since the case the regulations were struct it has expanded the level of corruption in my opinion I do know I need to get a better understanding of this area I also felt that while it is appropriate to highlight the manner of influence from academia and movies the argument for grouping these areas into the campaign finance section wasn t strong enough for meThe area that seemed to be most enlightening for me was the 1949 FCC policy the Fairness Doctrine While many of the components of what Grudem shared isn t new the idea that no longer reuiring radio stations to present different sides of controve. Litical positions that would be called conservative than liberal However “it is important to understand that I see these positions as flowing out of the Bible's teachings rather than positions I hold prior to or independently of those biblical teachings he writes My primary purpose in the book is not to be liberal or conservative or Democrat or Republican but to explain a biblical worldview and a biblical perspective on issues of politics law and government Concise et carefully argued this

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Rsial issues lead to the rise of partial radio was something I have never considered Many people might not think radio has as much influence with the proliferation of the internet we must always remember that all people have internet access So while the internet is not considered a public good but devices with antennas are free to access broadcasts radio is therefore accessible Rush Limbaugh and his influence would therefore be a counterbalance to the university influence Grudem mentions in the campaign finance section I have long believed in personally balancing the information I consume I actively listen to liberal and conservative podcasts since the 2016 election I also balance between national and locally based the 2016 election I also balance between national and locally based I think that we are living in an age were many have falling into far right or far left echo chambers and thus our political institutions are starting to reflect as such I think it is a dangerous thing regardless of which end of the spectrum ou fall into When we lose perspective that is enemies are not flesh and blood but the forces of darkness we can start demonizing our fellow brothers and sisters instead of loving them as our neighbors that God calls us to doOverall I thought this was a great book and I enjoying both Grudem s perspective and the manner of how he balances spelling out political topics and looking at scripture for how a Christian should respond While I do have my criticisms for certain areas they are not enough to lead me to dismiss Grudem s arguments I would encourage others to read it to and I would hope that Christians would challenge themselves concern how they come to certain conclusions concerning certain political observation. Ook is a must read for any Christian concerned about current debates over social issues such as abortion education homosexual marriage pornography religious freedom and others Not every reader will agree with the book's conclusions But by grounding his analysis deeply on Scripture Grudem has euipped Christians to better understand and respond to some of today's key political debates wisely and in a manner consistent with their primary citizenship as members and ambassadors of the kingdom of God. My pastor said to AVOID this book Derived from his larger work on politics this book was a helpful resource ahead of the recent election I am familiar with Wayne Grudem for his Systematic Theology book which I find myself returning to freuently I was interested in reading this book voting as a christian the social issues Voting as a Christian The Social Issues book addressed several different topics addressing the political landscape of 2010 and prior While Grudem addresses that the book can be used as a universal political basis in light of Christianity he frames everything from the American democratic infrastructure I find it important to note the political landscape at the time of writing as political ideologies and platforms for the parties can change over timeI appreciate the manner of how Grudem presents topics such as birth marriage religious expression and one
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right to himself from both the Biblical standpoint and the laws and "RULINGS THAT HAVE ADDRESSED THESE AREAS HE ALSO DOESN "that have addressed these areas He also doesn remove his opinion on these areas making clear where he stands and his political involvements when relevant I don t believe a person could claim to be non biased while addressing such topics Gruden also concludes his book by addressing the manner of writing a book from either a Republican Democratic or balanced view perspective He doesn t hide his conclusions in support of Republican ideologies and acknowledges another author who writes from a liberal point of view as a counterbalanceThree areas grabbed my attention in the book These were the conversations on capital punishment the abolition of campaign finance laws and the end of the fairness doctrineI feel could be said about the impact on capital punishment wi. Written not by a journalist or politician but rather by a theology professor with a PhD in New Testament studies Voting as a Christian The Social Issues begins with the assumption that God intended the Bible to give guidance to every area of life including how governments should function Derived from author Wayne Grudem’s magisterial Politics According to the Bible this book highlights those social issues that have dominated political debate recently Throughout author Wayne Grudem supports po. ,


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    EBOOK READ Voting as a Christian Review ¹ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Wayne Grudem Summary Voting as a Christian I am familiar with Wayne Grudem for his Systematic Theology book which I find myself returning to freuently I was interested in reading this book Voting as a Christian The Social Issues The book addressed several different topics addressing the political landscape of 2010 and prior While Grudem addresses that the book can be used as a universal political basis in light of Christianity he frames everything from the Amer

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    Summary Voting as a Christian EBOOK READ Voting as a Christian Derived from his larger work on politics this book was a helpful resource ahead of the recent election

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    Summary Voting as a Christian Wayne Grudem Ó 9 Summary Review ¹ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Wayne Grudem My pastor said to AVOID this book

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