Confusion is the key for those who separate the Bible from political decisions.
By Chuck Souder
Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 6:22 pm (Updated: September 20, 6:22 pm)
In my last column, I jumped right into the usually taboo subject of the intersection of church and state, suggesting that because governing is first and foremost a moral enterprise (making laws that determine right and wrong), trying to separate politics and religion is not only undesirable, it is impossible.
I then went on to say that because the Bible spoke directly to most of our social and political issues, and because followers of Jesus should be governed by what the Bible says, all Christians should have similar positions on those issues.
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