I don't know.
I really had nothing to say about politics.
I still can't - at least with any real certainty.
But I have, not to be too melodramatic about it, a feeling of impending doom.
Is that boor's presidency a real possibility?
Is the media to blame for initially not taking him seriously as a political figure, while all too ready to take him seriously as a ratings generating entertainment powerhouse? and now, too late, trying to shine a spotlight on the monster they helped spawn?
I am starting to see many things... Coming To An End.
People who should be worried, should be helping, should be taking things in hand are tuning up their Strads.
Forgive us, Lord.
I wrote this article and sent it to [his] team in hopes that they would respond. But they never did. I cannot imagine what their world must be like. Who knows? It probably got lost in some email basket out there. But I tried because I felt that that would be more appropriate to do.
It’s a high stakes thing from my perspective because people make decisions about Christ on the basis of Christians and how we behave. If he’s going to call himself a Christian one day and call someone a bimbo the next or make fun of somebody’s menstrual cycle, it’s just beyond reason to me.There was one occasion he held up a Bible. On another occasion, at Liberty University, he read from Scripture. On multiple occasions he’s said “Of course I’m a Christian.” There was a time in Iowa when he said “I’m a Christian,” and somebody asked about forgiveness and he said “I’ve never asked God for forgiveness.”I can’t imagine that. I’m just shaking my head going “How does that work?” Does a swimmer say “I’ve never gotten wet?” Does a musician say “I’ve never sung a song?” How does a person claim to be a Christian and never need to ask for forgiveness?
A correction, a little edit.
Forgive me, Lord.