“… I am very disappointed that a man who, not only once, but twice, won the trust of a majority of the voters in this state, so blatantly violated that trust by refusing to sign a law that will protect them …”
God could bolster your faith by providing a sign. Some might object on the grounds that real faith would never demand a sign. After all, Abraham never demanded a sign. What about the reply from Jesus when the Pharisees and teachers of the law sought a sign from Him: “A wicked and adulterous generation asks […]
When Governor Nathan Deal vetoed the religious liberty bill, he didn’t do it because he cares about diversity or the LGBT community. He did it because he didn’t want his state’s brand new temple to be sitting empty on Super Bowl Sunday.
“… as a fellow professed believer in Christ I urge you to do the right thing and make certain that people of faith in Georgia are protected.”
Here’s the reality. Sorry, self-absorbed and lazy Christians come in all shapes, sizes and colors and have a wide variety of preferences when it comes to the size of the church they choose to loiter in.
“Amid America’s innumerable festivals celebrating books and music, strawberries, pumpkins, beer and wine and, yes, gender abandonment, it would be a novel idea to hold a festival for the Ten Commandments.”
“Among President Reagan’s most lasting and important contributions to America and to the cause of liberty was his decision to nominate Antonin Scalia to the Supreme Court.”