Friday, August 15, 2008


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Yet there are young evangelicals who are fed up with the Republicans.

Their choice come November is to sit out the vote or go for B. Hussein Obama, known to scores as a mask Muslim.

The former choice is to give up our democracy in action. The latter is to vote for The Boy who has countless ties to Islamics, even hiring those on his campaign and Congressional staff as well as buddying up to scores of Muslims in the Nation of Islam.

It is abhorrent even to imagine that any evangelicals would vote for B. Hussein. It is unthinkable.

Those of us who are genuinely evangelical, knowing our Bibles, knowledgeable concerning biblical doctrine, could never think of casting a ballot for the left-of-left abortion-approving, pro-sodomy Democrat candidate. It would be not only horrific but considered by many of us as sin.

To sin is to know to do good and do it not. That is the paraphrase of biblical counsel.

Therefore, to know that B. Hussein is pro-evil and still vote for him could be concluded as sinning against what is biblically ethical.

How could anyone who is biblically aligned be in favor of the anti-Bible, anti-God B. Hussein? Yet there are those young evangelicals so confused about the present political situation that they are willing to
do that.

Per The Washington Times: “We did what they said to do. We elected all these people, we got conservative justices appointed at the bench, and nothing happened,’ said Tony Jones, the 40-year-old leader of Emergent Village, a national group that often speaks for more liberal Christians from an evangelical background.

“Those evangelicals are suffering from ‘fetus fatigue’ and want to ‘give up,’ said Douglas Groothuis, a philosophy professor at Denver Seminary.”

To make matters more complicated, John McCain said that he would consider a pro-abortion personage for Vice President running mate. That too is abhorrent to the biblically true. It is simply something that can’t happen.

For McCain to select a pro-abortion person is to compromise the pro-life position. There is no other conclusion that a true Christian can reach. So McCain is going to be in one big trouble if he follows through with a Veep name who is in favor of murdering womb infants.

As we proceed closer to November, the political choice becomes all the more blurred.

No wonder Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family originally told media that he was going to sit out the election. Then he changed his mind, saying he could vote for McCain.

But if McCain continues to move more in the direction of anti-Bible values, there are hosts of us who just may move in the direction of Dobson’s original stance.

1 comment:

  1. I rarely agree with Grant Swank when it comes to his fundamentalist Christian outlook but he can be assured that there are a few leftish types like me who will never surrender to Obama.