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Re Michelle Bachman comments ” Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is making headlines for claiming that she believes that Jesus is “coming soon” and that “we’re seeing the fulfillment of scripture right in front of her eyes” during a radio appearance last week following a tour of Israel.”
Can you have her as a guest on the line of Fire?
Thank you for your show. I work at the time of the show so can only listen and not call in. Regarding Ben Carson. I believe conservatives are challenged because the truths they stand for are deeper than the liberal truths, therefore, what seems harsh is actually kindness sometimes. People need to study the constitution to understand the truths. It’s hard to get people to understand because we have been taught from a progressive viewpoint. I have pasted below two quotes that could be applied to Obamacare. They help to explain Ben Carson’s comment on slavery.
“There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want merely because you think it would be good for him.”
― Robert A. Heinlein, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
“To compel a man to furnish funds for the propagation of ideas he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.”
― Thomas Jefferson
Hillsdale College has free online classes on the Constitution that are very good and balanced. They are objective and I have heard them make statements I would not hear from other conservatives They are scholars and they check the facts.
The whole system in this country was set up for freedom and not dependency. The political system calls people to a higher level of responsibility and a higher level of freedom so they can grow in character and have the opportunity to fulfill their potential without government interference. Education about the constitution was considered necessary by the founding fathers. See following quote. “I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves, (A)nd if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education. This is the true corrective of abuses of constitutional power” – Thomas Jefferson
Should we Christians seriously get this upset when Starbucks (for whatever reason) decided not to use Christmas illustrations on their cups? (By the way, I saw someone posted a picture on Twitter of a Starbucks Advent calendar product).
Taking offense at this, in light of our brothers and sisters around the world who are getting persecuted, even to the point of getting beheaded, seems incredibly touchy.
I wonder if the same Christians who get offended at Starbucks for this would turn around and get offended also if Starbucks instead decided to use Ramadan illustrations on their cups, or Hanukkah illustrations – would we still support religious freedom then?
Is it really a free speech issue, when a company decides the level of verbal decorum for its employees? Are we being anti-free-speech when have certain verbal standards in our Christian programs and ministries?
This just seems so peripheral, like we’re making mountains out of molehills.
By the way, my apologies if anything I said was out of line and in violation of 1 Timothy 5:1, I often find it difficult to express my frustration on issues with elders in the Lord in the right way. God bless you Dr. Brown, I pray that God will continue to use you mightily.
@ Jimmy Gray
“This just seems so peripheral, like we’re making mountains out of molehills.”
Of course it is! It’s ridiculous. Starbucks is not a Christian owned company. If anything, they support leftist views. Why would we expect them to do anything Christmas-y? Christmas has become a secular holiday anyway.
There are Christians being butchered by jihadists all over the world. Now THAT is worth protesting.
Actually, we can stand for persecuted Christians around the world while also protesting the increasing secularization of our country.
Dr. Brown, I agree – I guess I just think, in my opinion, for me to take offense at this Starbucks thing seems unnecessary – it’s like I’d be going out of my way to be outraged at this – I stand with you on a whole host of areas, though.
We need to go to Washington- Call Dennis Prager and lets get to Washington NOW, and stand for the persecuted in the old country. Let’s go! Get Ted Cruz, Huckabee, – Let’s lead this now, and go! We need a million people standing for our persecuted! Mark Levin will go! Prager! Hannity! Glenn Beck 100 percent- Brown 100 percent!
All we need is a voice to call this- A phone call to Beck will spark this! Have Beck on your show- let’s march, just waiting for the orders!
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