What Are Evangelicals Afraid of Losing?| Michael Horton

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This is a WordPress repost of a thought provoking article originally authored by Michael Horton. Michael Horton is J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Westminster Seminary California.

I am aware that this post may ruffle some feathers but to be candid, I think the feathers need ruffling. Hear him out.

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In a Monday meeting with evangelical leaders at the White House, President Trump reportedly warned of violence against conservative Christians if the GOP loses in November. Evangelicals, he said, were “one election away from losing everything.”

As evangelicals, we would do well to correct the President on this point. If an election can cause us to lose everything, what is it exactly that we have in the first place?

To read the rest of this article, please click on the following link:

https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2018/august-web-only/evangelicals-trump-elections-losing-everything.html

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Disciple of Jesus, married to Peggy, with 5 grown up children, 7 grand children, ex-Canadian military and residing in beautiful Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. a.k.a. "Papa"

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2 comments on “What Are Evangelicals Afraid of Losing?| Michael Horton
  1. Pete says:

    Thanks Bruce/ very good article that is right on!

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  2. Wally Fry says:

    Good find Bruce. Our President seems to have quite the overblown sense of self. He seems to think that God can’t do His job without the right people in office. Mr Trump seems to forget, or perhaps never understand, just who puts those people there in the first place.

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