Friday, October 12, 2012

Can a Chrisitan vote for a Mormon?

This has been a question since it became evident that Romney would become a front-runner for the GOP.  Politically speaking, in the United States, there is a seperation between religion and politics, unlike Islam, where they are united.  So it is technically "okay" for a Christian to vote for a Mormon who is a experienced, successful businessman, especially in the state of our Federal debt, and issues of increasing taxation.  After all, the sole hope for our U.S. economy is economic, or is it?

First, I would like to point out something said by Carroll Quigley, and mentor of the former U.S. president Bill Clinton.  Speaking of the modern situation in American politics, he said:

"The argument of two parties should represent opposed ideas and policies, one perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinate and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can “throw the rascals out” at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. The policies that are vital and necessary for America are no longer subjects of significant disagreement, but are disputable only in details of procedure, priority, or method.” (underline mine)

1.  Whether Obama or Romney, there is still gong to be MASSIVE DEBT (and accompanying spending), and Romney hasn't spelled out how he is going to make a dent in this.

2.  There will still be a form of SOCIALIZED HEALTH CARE (in a "democratic and capatilistic" country, mind you).  We've enjoyed socialed education for decades in America.  I grew up in American public schools.  And anyone who didn't attend one was ostracized and viewed as a 'weirdo' by the majority.  Under Romney, the socialized health care (an its expense) will be under the domain of the state government instead of the federal government.

3.  ABORTION will not be done away with, as it was not with George W. Bush.  Despite the politicians current convictions, murdering innocent children brings in too much money!  And Romne was previously pro-choice!  Romney has stated that he will not cut funding to establishments that provide abortions.  I heard it said that the most dangerous place in America is indside the mother's womb, where one in four children are put to death.

It is not going to make a difference who is placed into office as the next U.S. president.  Events prophesied in the holy Bible are happening at such a rate, that it is clear that we are about to see the emergence of the One-World Government prophesied in Danile 7, which exists on earth for seven years, before the Messiah Yeshua (the Lord Jesus to us Gentiles), returns and literally decimates the enemies, and establishes His kingdom reign on earth from Zion for one thousand years (Rev. 20:6)!

Yahweh's will for the last days is in full swing, prophecy is being fulfilled in EVERY area of Bible prophecy, Ahmadenijad himself agrees that Jesus is coming back soon, though his idea about the person and timing of Jesus' return are completely opposite of that of Biblical Christianity, and of Jesus' disciples, who follow His Word.

In a previous blog, I wrote about the theological beliefs held by Romney (and Mormons) and how they would view the election of 'their' party candidate, and the confirmation to that branch of pagan religion it would bring, and encourage deception even more, as believers in the Biblical Jesus work to extend the kingdom of our heavenly Father and His only-begotten Son, Yeshua ben Joseph.

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