This election flex provides a great deal to consider . . .
What would Jesus do to P0WZ the libs?!?
We don't pretend to understand these not-so-joyous mysteries . . . Only to lament that our nation's discourse has become increasingly dominated by people who think they're funny by posting mean tweet memes that are, in turn, mostly endorsed by bots . . .
Meanwhile . . .
Check equally humorless preachers taking a rare brake from talking to their choir . . .
"For one side to claim the Christian approach to abortion is misleading. This letter outlines a faithful approach to a “NO” vote. First, we believe in the separation of church and state. As students of religious history, we recognize immense harm has been done in the world when the church aligns itself too closely with government. Political power corrupts, and this is especially dangerous in the case of the church as it claims to be the Divine’s representation on earth . . ."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
OPINION AND COMMENTARY For far too long, conversation in this country has assumed that one segment of Christianity speaks for all Christians when it comes to social issues. This is perhaps most true when it comes to the abortion debate, a question Kansans are grappling with as we approach the vote on Aug.