Grudem packed St. Helen’s church in Bishopsgate,
During the speech Grudem expressed that God was Calling Christians to “stand against evil.” Christian should push to remove from the public square those things that would silence the gospel (primarily homosexuality laws and abortion laws.
Grudem somehow reasons that having to confine religion to the home, lawsuits against the display of the Ten Commandments in public buildings and courtrooms, and moves to prevent schools from using church buildings will “threaten the voice of the church and the voice of Christians.”
I’m not sure if I agree with that. This ‘religion’ that we call Christianity after close analysis, more closely resembles a way of life. Something you do every moment of the day. How you walk and talk. The way you conduct yourself, how can this ever be confined to your place of residence.
LET IT BE KNOWN: The Cross is Not a Christian symbol!
The 4th commandment also says to Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. The fact that it says “Remember” implies that we would forget. Then when we read it again we should start to keep the Sabbath day holy. But 90% of Christians don’t even realize that Sunday is not God’s Sabbath!
Grudem also argued that government and evangelism were two tools God had given Christians to defeat evil. (This is starting to sound like a sermon. I for one cannot think of anywhere in the Bible where Government is used to defeat evil.)
Grudem ended his interview concluding that the best strategy for Christians to pursue in the current political climate was to “exert significant influence on government.”
The tour, hosted by The Christian Institute ends Wednesday in Chessington.
Focus on the Commandments of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ. We have prophecy so we Know, with an almost arrogant certainty that certain things will happen in the last days. Unfortunately the U.S government is not now nor has it ever been more than a generic version of a Christian government. Do not confuse