Should Christians Vote for Roy Moore? A Pragmatic and Moral Approach

If Moore wins, the Senate will be forced by the court of public opinion to launch a full investigation.

FILE- In this Dec. 5, 2017, file photo, former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks at a campaign rally in Fairhope Ala.

By Michael Brown Published on December 11, 2017

If I believed Judge Moore was guilty of sexual misconduct against girls as young as 14-years-old, I would not vote for him today. Even if the events took place 40 years ago and were never repeated since. If he was guilty back then, then he is lying about it today. I could not vote for him in good conscience no matter how much I did not want to see Doug Jones elected to the Senate. Yet if I lived in Alabama and the elections were today, I would vote for Roy Moore.

Does that mean that I have concluded that his principle accusers, Leigh Corfman and Beverly Young Nelson are lying? For many obvious reasons, from the notes she added to the yearbook to numerous eyewitness statements that contradict Nelson, I seriously question her accusations. But when it comes to Corfman, I find no compelling reasons to question her charges.

As for the other women, what most of them describe is a man in his early 30’s dating girls in their late teens. While that is not something I would be comfortable with as the father of two daughters and the grandfather of two granddaughters, that would not disqualify him in my eyes. Especially given his political track record since. And in the culture of Alabama 40 years ago, in the opinion of some, such behavior was hardly unusual, let alone deviant.

But then why vote for him if, in my mind, there is the possibility of his guilt?

Moore Deserves His Day in Court

I do believe it is right that Al Franken and John Conyers have suffered the consequences of their alleged misdeeds. And, if the women who accused Donald Trump of serious sexual misconduct are telling the truth, then he, too, should have to give account.

But when it comes to Judge Moore, he has vociferously denied the charges against him. And at the very least, it smacks of partisan politics for 40-year-old charges to surface just before a critically important election.

So, on moral grounds, I believe that Moore deserves his day in court, as do his accusers.

How can we be sure that happens? We can do so by voting him into the Senate (if, in fact, we agree with him against Jones). The Senate, for its part, will be forced by the court of public opinion to launch a full investigation. Judge Moore will be required to testify under oath.

On moral grounds, Moore deserves his day in court, as do his accusers. How can we be sure that happens? By voting him into the Senate.

On pragmatic grounds, I believe this is the best course of action as well.

Why? Well, if the charges against Moore are political fabrications, it would be a shame to give a Senate seat away to a liberal Democrat because of these lies. But at this point, barring all the accusers being exposed as liars within the next 24 hours, it’s too late for us to know for sure. And, because the charges came so late in the game, it was too late for the Republicans to replace Moore with another viable candidate.

What Happens if He’s Elected

So, if Alabamians were predisposed to elect Moore before the charges were brought, unless they’re convinced he’s a guilty, lying hypocrite, they should vote him into the Senate.

If he’s found guilty by an official Senate hearing, then he would be forced to resign. A formal, proper race could take place to replace him.

If he’s found not-guilty by the Senate, the voters who stood with him would be vindicated. He would be able to serve his constituency without hindrance.

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This, to me, seems to be both practical and moral. It does not minimize the charges brought against Judge Moore. It does not minimize the possibility of him being the victim of an attempted political take-down. And it does not allow last minute political shenanigans (if real) to subvert an important election. And, again, this ensures that Judge Moore and his accusers will have their day in court.

This approach, then, allows the voters to focus on the ideological differences between Moore and his Democratic opponent, putting aside the allegations of sexual misconduct until such a time that they can be thoroughly investigated.

Do you concur?

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  • Matthew Wade

    I agree, mostly. I probably already know the answer to this question, but if crimes were committed, why aren’t charges being
    brought in civil/criminal court and prior to the election? Is there a statute of limitations?

    • Bryan

      I’m pretty sure it’s a statute of limitations issue. After 40 years, I do not think he could be found guilty of actual criminal charges but if a Senate investigation found the charges to be true, he would (most likely) forced to resign.

  • Paul

    Getting grilled by Rs and Ds in an ethics committee hearing is not his day in court. Courts exist to assess if a person is in violation of the law. Has Moore been accused thus far of anything illegal? If not then there is no need for the courts.

    • Linda

      Oh so that’s the standard for elected officials? Nothing illegal, but immoral is fine.

      • Paul

        No, was simply commenting about what a court of law is actually for

  • Howard Rosenbaum

    That would seem reasonable if it weren’t for the consideration that these allegations occurred long before his expected senatorial seat victory. Not sure what the ramifications are in this example. Regardless, theres still no substantive corroborated “evidence” convicting him. His otherwise unblemished moral character which is corroborated by 40 years of community witness both public & personal should carry at least as much weight as those recently appearing uncorroborated ones. Even if liberals refuse to grasp that simple equation for reasons that can’t escape political scrutiny ….

  • Leave it to Michael to come up with a reasonable, well thought out answer.

  • Karen

    Forget the assault charges. How do you justify voting for someone who can’t condemn slavery? Who believes women should not hold public office?

    • Concerned Christian

      well, see my post above.

      It simply doesn’t matter anymore. Sad as it may be, it is our reality.

      As Christians, we need to call ourselves to be better and utilize our gifts and talents to ensure that people like this can’t control our lives.

      • Vince

        You think one US Senator has the power to control your life?

        What grade are you in?

        • Concerned Christian

          Evangelical Christians apparently do. This is the whole justification for voting for Moore!

          What other justification is there for voting for Trump?

          • Vince

            You must be a foreigner or a very young child, you have no clue how the US Senate functions.

            Btw, Trump never was a US Senator. Do you not know the difference between President and Senator?

          • Concerned Christian

            Well considering if republicans had one more senator. obamacare would have been repealed. Yes, it does appear that one Senator can make a difference.

            Btw, when i said control lives, i’m talking about someone as ignorant and vile as Trump. Someone that lies as a second language.
            Someone that conservative Christians have given their blessings to. Then as if trump wasn’t bad enough, now we have a self proclaimed conservative Christian accused of harassing little girls running for an open senate seat.

            These same conservative Christians hurl childish insults as if that will take the focus off of their own hypocritical behavior.

            To recap, we have a very ignorant person in the highest office in the land, so yes, the acts committed by this person can have very negative consequences on our lives. So yes, we have to be prepared!

          • Vince

            Moron

          • Concerned Christian

            “These same conservative Christians hurl childish insults as if that will take the focus off of their own hypocritical behavior.”

            thanks for giving me yet another example.

    • I don’t know he actually holds those beliefs. But following that logic, how do you justify letting someone worse in office?

      • Karen

        How can you conclude anything else?

        • I have not seen any video of him saying he holds those beliefs and the context in which he purportedly said them. I see too many instances of things being taken out of context and people being misquoted. I am not saying the videos do not exist. But that I have not seen them.

    • tz1

      Cite? Note the bible itself does not directly condemn slavery, only oppression.
      The Bible says Women ought not teach or preach.
      Being from the Equality State, if they are qualified, go for it. I’d rather have Phyllis Schlafly or Sarah Palin over Obama. But most women are more like Heil Hillary.

  • Concerned Christian

    I don’t think it really matters any more. We have, accepted, as a country, that there are bigger things then expecting morality from our leaders. Short of proof, you’re better off denying then you are admitting.

    We’re really proving what Machiavelli alluded to concerning the “Ends justifying the means”. I don’t say this is a fatalistic way, but just as reality. Reality is that the person that you don’t like will always be worse than the person you like. Then just listen to the people that support the person that you don’t like and you’ll find all the justification you need to rationalize your position.

    This applies to democrats, republicans, libertarians, environmentalists, blacks, whites, Christians, and atheist.

    It will be interesting over the next 10 to 20 years to see what fruit has sprung from the seeds we have planted!

    • Andrew Mason

      Isn’t a simpler question, should Christians vote for the lesser of 2 evils?

      The next decade may not be too horrific, but I wouldn’t care to speculate about the decade following that! Not only is bigotry and intolerance on the rise, it’s increasingly enshrined in law.

      • Concerned Christian

        Voting for the lesser of 2 evils is really “ends justifies the means”. The problem is what you define as evil? If we have two different definitions, then we still end up rationalizing that the ends justifies the means or I’m selecting the lessor of two evils.

        In our case, both the left and the right have, unwittingly, embraced this quote from Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand:

        “There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil. . . . In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit. In that transfusion of blood which drains the good to feed the evil, the compromiser is the transmitting rubber tube. . . .”

        If every issue can only be seen as right or wrong, good or evil, with no middle, then bigotry and intolerance will continue to rise. Both will have plenty of people rationalizing to feed them. Both sides will claim the lessor of two evils, or the ends justifies the means.

        History tells us where this ends. With a lot of pain and suffering and then acknowledgement that we have to find the middle. For now, it’s just a matter of how much pain and suffering we will have to endure to get there.

        • Andrew Mason

          I disagree. I would instead argue that where there are only 2 options you still have the choice of deciding which will cause the least harm. If both options are equally repugnant then abstaining might be a valid choice.

          I also disagree that every issue is a matter of right and wrong. Ethical issues will generally be a matter of good versus evil, but economic issues will tend to be better or worse, wise or foolish. Positions on climate change for instance may be stupid, may or may not provide any benefit to a society, but are unlikely to be inherently evil or good.

          For some issues the middle way is appeasement and as Chamberlain discovered, that merely guarantees war. Sticking to your guns, on some issues, is the only way of avoiding the pain and suffering that follows compromise.

          • Concerned Christian

            Chamberlain gets knocked but who was he supposed to count on? The US wanted nothing to do with another war in Europe. That’s republicans and democrats. The French had like 8 governments in the 1930s. The lands that Hitler annexed saw themselves as Germans. Russia stabbed Europe in the back with it’s deal with Germany over Poland. Chamberlain understood something that history doesn’t point out, England & France by themselves, could not defeat Germany in a war. Not saying that Chamberlain could and should not have done a better job, but Hitler was going to war no matter what and there was nothing that England could do about it. At least until Hitler invaded Russia and Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.

            But this act by Chamberlain has led people to confuse appeasement with compromise.

            Appeasement
            ============
            to yield or concede to the belligerent demands of (a nation, group, person, etc.) in a conciliatory effort, sometimes at the expense of justice or other principles.

            Compromise
            ===========
            a settlement of differences by mutual concessions; an agreement reached by adjustment of conflicting or opposing claims, principles, etc., by reciprocal modification of demands.

            In a country of 300 million people with different backgrounds, races, religions, beliefs, etc., everyone is going to find a way to compromise or we’ll be lamenting that we didn’t.

      • tz1

        You make a fundamental error here.

        Moore has denied wrongdoing so any evil is alleged. His record apart has been stellar, and he even suffered for holding to the gospel.

        Jones IS evil supporting partial birth abortion and the LGomorrahBTQSodom policies and even worse. This is a clear admitted evil.

        Do you vote for a potential, maybe, iffy, evil which might be a good, or do you insure the guaranteed evil wins?

        • Andrew Mason

          Fair point – allegations are not proof of conduct. Concerned Christian argued that Moore’s guilt doesn’t seem to matter any more which seems to lead to a position of he’s guilty so what?

          • Concerned Christian

            Yes that is correct. He would still have a great chance of winning the election. His personal behavior does not change his votes. That’s all people really care about!

          • tz1

            Let me split it out:

            1. Moore is innocent, but Doug Jones is a monster.

            2. Moore is guilty of those things 40 years ago, but only those things, but Doug Jones is still a monster that wants to pull babies out feet first so their skulls can be crushed in partial birth abortion.

    • tz1

      I think we ought to expect morality from our leaders.
      But if that means unilateral surrender it is the wrong thing to do.
      Beyond that, we have current evils which are well documented (the 14yr old girl raped by illegal dreamers in Maryland in march) which much be weighed against unprovable and questionable accusations of what happened 40 years ago.

      Elsewhere I noted Martin Luther King Jr. was an adulterer. I will listen to those who are purity spiraling when they call for destroying everyone of his monuments.

      • Concerned Christian

        First of all the charges against the boys were dropped. Second, MLK was an adulterer with grown women and not children. I would also say that comparing the character of a man who faced death threats for most of his adult life, a man who truly represents John 15:13 to a man accused of the behavior of Roy Moore is rich.

        Third, instead of having a purity test on the behavior of MLK, maybe we should think about the fact that they won’t even destroy monuments of slave holding racist. You know the confederate ones.

        So if your argument is that bigger things in this country include phantom accusations against teenage boys. Demanding a purity test against a man who lost his life for the cause of freedom, then you can easily rationalize Moore!

        • tz1

          Charges were dropped, but why?
          Kate Steinley is dead, but her manslaughterer was acquitted.
          When the rule of law is destroyed (Hillary’s bathroom server) you cannot have a point based on it.
          If you are willing to destroy every MLKjr and Margaret Sanger and other similar monument, I will say go ahead and destroy every slaveholder – lets start with 3/4 on Mt Rushmore (Lincoln wanted to preserve slavery to hold the Union together – add him to the monuments we need to destroy).

          Perhaps we should concentrate on contemporary allegations like the 14 year old in MA that merely sexted a few days prior – do you think that is consent for a brutal assault? Do them before things which are ancient history.

          • Concerned Christian

            Lincoln, who would have preserved slavery to preserve the Union, did indeed push for it’s ending. He also pushed for blacks to be have full rights in America. In other words, he changed!

            Did anyone on a confederate monument ever change their views? Did they ever think that blacks should be freed? Did they ever believe that blacks shouldn’t be subjugated? Did they not work to implement Jim Crow?

            MLK and Margaret Sanger the moral equivalent to confederates? I have nothing to say to a comment like that.

            In terms of the 14 year old girl in Maryland, the DA dropped the charges. I have no doubt and neither should you that if a case could have been made against three Hispanic illegals, that would have led to long prison terms, it would have.

            It’s the other the side that you need to worry about. Just ask Jamie Basinger, from Morgan NC, a white woman, on Meth & marijuana, who left her baby outside. The baby froze to death. She just got 3 years probation.

            What about Brock Turner who was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. He got 6 months probation.

          • tz1

            Lee himself rejected slavery and freed all his slaves. So your point is?
            Do you live in one of those areas like southside Chicago, Baltimore, or Detroit? and not in a segre-Gated Community?
            Margaret Sanger had the Negro project, a soft version of genocide, but she spoke to the KKK and got a good reception. She didn’t want Blacks to go to liberia, she wanted them extinct.

          • Concerned Christian

            Lee freed his slaves in accordance with his father-in-law’s will. He refused to condemn organizations like the KKK. Look up Wesley Norris to see how Lee treated his slaves.

            Like the majority of blacks in America I don’t live in Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, or a segregated community. Just like most whites don’t live in trailer parks in WV, Kentucky and the deep south.

            Were Margaret Sanger views any different than southern white Christians support of Jim Crow, lynching, beatings, legal rape of black women, legal murder of black men? When she spoke to the KKK how many of them were deacons or ministers in their respective churches?

            Whatever sins Margaret Sanger committed, they pale in comparison to what christian whites legitimized groups like the KKK to do to blacks.

  • Virtually all the accusations have been countered. Leigh Corfman claims that the purported molestation messed her up and sent her into an emotional tailspin. Yet the record is just the opposite. She had been having problems, but pulled out of them around the time of the alleged incident. I also believe that the opposition had to dig back 40 years to find anything is significant. Evidently there is no record of continuing bad behavior. If we allow evidence this flimsy to scuttle a man’s career of public service we are all in trouble.

  • buddy evans

    my bible says, ‘…let he who is without sin, cast the first stone’…..there is not ONE among us who hasn’t done ‘something’ stupid, illegal or wrong in our lives…and that includes sexual misbehavior….but if you’re a Christian, then you’ve been forgiven and have abstained from that kind of behavior and therefore should be able to forgive….as far as roy moore goes….i don’t know if he did anything wrong with the young lady who says she was 14 years old or not or if he even went out with her…but i do know this….i grew up in texas and arkansas back in the ’50’s and saw a LOT of older men dating younger, (even under-age) girls and it wasn’t considered unusual in the south at that time….there were even marriages by older men to under-age girls and the parents gave consent….it was a completely different culture in the south in the 40’s and 50’s and 60’s……in today’s culture, we don’t want to allow that kind of activity, (nor should we )…but to try and skewer someone over what ‘MAY’ or MAY NOT’ have transpired 40 years ago is obviously politically motivated and just simply wrong….if someone who is ‘in office’ as a representative of the people is found to be conducting him or herself in an inappropriate manner while in that office, THEN, they should be automatically removed from that office as a consequence for their actions because we should hold our representatives to a higher standard while they are in that position, no matter what political party they are affiliated with. However, to try and remove someone for something that ‘might’ have taken place 30 or 40 years ago..(or even before he or she was in public office)…is nothing but character assassination and only used for political gain.

    • Linda

      Many of the accusations ring true, eg, he was on a watch list at the mall. If the allegations are true and you wish to forgive and forget because it was 40 years ago and part of the culture, that’s fine, but it means that Moore is bald-faced lying TODAY.

      • Vaughn D

        What is your religion? Christians are supposed to believe in mercy.

        • Linda

          What’s your point? What does having mercy have to do with withholding a vote for someone you do not like or believe to be lying. We are talking about voting, not putting him in jail! It is not a Christian duty to vote for a person you do not believe is qualified!

      • buddy evans

        Linda….I don’t know the truth here…and neither do you….only roy moore and his accusers know for sure what happened 40 years ago…..but having said that, if roy moore is lying today, it will come out in a senate investigation…and he will be expelled and justly so..and If he’s not lying or there is no ‘proof’ to support the allegations, then that will also come out…but he does deserve his day in court so to speak before convicting him …it’s a he said, she said right now.. (even if 100 women accused him of something immoral or illegal ) ….my concern is that this ‘movement’ of ‘ME TOO’ is just too convenient for the politicians to use, (both sides) to assassinate the character of someone they don’t like or that they want to dispose….the court of ‘public opinion’ can so easily be swayed by a biased press and a ‘holier-than-thou’ secular populace determined to undermine all Christianity by trying to make ‘examples’ out of any alleged past sins of others, especially if they profess to be a ‘Christian’………please do not misunderstand me here….I do not ‘condone’ illegal or immoral conduct by anyone but I am just a sinner, like everybody in this world is, but my forgiveness is complete through the blood of Jesus Christ. i’m saved, but I am not qualified to hold ‘court’ over others (we’re only to be ‘fruit-inspectors’…ie: ‘by their fruit you shall know them’) … our God will be their judge….and as a Christian (man or woman), that should be enough to scare the ‘hell’ out us, (pun intended) and make us pay a lot more attention to our behavior…especially in this environment………in His Love….
        buddy

      • tz1

        FALSE – he was NOT on any watch list or banned from the mall.
        Do try to keep up.

        “If the allegations are true”.

        If the allegations are false you are guilty of a serious sin of false witness, gossip and calumny. Do you want to yourself go to hell for supporting a lie?

        The question is WHICH ONE is lying.

        Meanwhile, back in march a 14 year old girl was raped by two illegal alien dreamers, reported it an hour, not 40 years later, the police found blood and more, but the charges were dropped. Where was the outrage and calls for them to be deported?

  • Yossi

    “But when it comes to Corfman, I find no compelling reasons to question her charges.”

    There are some major problems with Corfman’s allegations. I can’t recall the exact details, but something along the lines of: The hearing after which she alleges that Moore “came on” to her related to her custody between her divorced parents, and as a result, 10 days after that hearing she went to live with her father in another city — if her allegations are true, he had to do all the things she alleges within those 10 days. She alleges he communicated with her secretly by talking to her on an extension phone in her bedroom, but that extension wasn’t put in until years later. She also alleged that he met her secretly at a specific location “around the corner” from her house, but the location where she alleged to have met him was more than a mile away. She alleges that her encounter with Moore sent her into an emotional tailspin, but evidence is that she was a troubled kid well before the alleged encounter. Also, her own step-son says that she is lying.

    None of these problems are conclusive in and of themselves, but I think they should give one reason to question her charges. I hate the real possibility that Moore is a convincing liar and hypocrite, but I also hate that the career and reputation of an innocent man may be being destroyed by falsehoods. I agree with Dr. Brown’s conclusion — Alabamians of a conservative political orientation should vote for Moore, and if elected, hopefully the ethics investigation (with sworn testimony and discovery) will bring out the full truth. If it is conclusively proven that the allegations are true, he can resign and be replaced.

    • tz1

      This is why we need a judicial body to subpoena all 30 (including Corfman’s 6) interviews, and put her under oath and cross examine her.

      Way back when, I told my coworkers after the summaries were done that OJ would be found “not guilty” because I looked at the evidence presented in court, not the media. I was totally unsurprised.

      While anything might be possible, 40 years ago? Really? There is a threshold of evidence for guilt. Not only don’t they want to do the necessary thing, Gloria Allred is committing legal malpractice and malfeasance or whatever it is. The Yearbook was forged, the only question is if there is anything left which might be valid.

  • tz1

    Not an “official Senate Hearing”, but an official investigation where people testify UNDER OATH, with the penalty of perjury with both sides. Subpoena the 6 raw audio interviews from the WaPo so we can hear if she was coached, not just see a few cherry picked quotes. Lets examine the yearbook. Lets investigate if she had a phone in her bedroom, or what street she says she lived on. Apparently from the hearing until she moved away was 10 days.

    Possible? Maybe. But it needs the due process and cross examination. And the Senate Ethics committee can do that.

    Also, “If I believed…” is itself an error and sinful. Whatever you believe doesn’t really matter, only what is true. If you want to drill down, I’m not sure what to believe because there is no forensic investigation, cross examination, etc. and we must not act on what we believe but what we know. In extremis we might have to decide on incomplete evidence, but here the risk is only that a few weeks the Senate due process can clear things up.

    We know Jones is profoundly evil. Vote Moore. If the evidence holds (and it is shaky), he will be expelled, and another republican, maybe Mo Brooks, will be appointed in his place.

    One final comparison.

    Last March in Maryland, a 14 year old girl was dragged into a bathroom by two illegal alien dreamers and assaulted. She reported it one hour, not 40 years, later to police. They found physical evidence including blood. But the rape charges were dropped by prosecutors in May, even though no one contests this brutal assault actually happened.

    Who would have protected this 14 year old and deport these dreamer rapists? Jones or Moore?

    I really don’t understand everyone who was NOT OUTRAGED over this 14 year old high school girl being brutally assaulted and her attackers going free, especially since they are here illegally and should be deported back to Central America.

    When you think of keeping 14 year olds safe, it isn’t the 40 year old weak accusations, it is the actual brutal assaults this year that should matter.

    • Jay

      Very doubtful Moore will get a fair hearing from the establishment senate “ethics” committee.

  • Cindy Coffey

    I agree

  • tz1

    Are all Christians idiots?

    Martin Luther King Jr. was an Adulterer. Where are the Christians pulling down his monuments?

    Winston Churchill was a drunk. Hitler would have won all of Europe because the Christians would have kept Chamberlain in until they could have found someone acceptable under their principles – oops, Hitler would have won, every Jew in Europe would be dead… But you would have your precious principles.

    Still I don’t think Moore is guilty of anything. I can be persuaded, but it would require due process, not media smoke signals.

    • Concerned Christian

      Wouldn’t a better comparison be where are the Christians pulling down monuments of slave holding racist? I think that’s a better comparison than trying to drag down a man that truly represents John 15:13.

      Maybe Hitler wouldn’t have killed millions if the Christian in Germany had not supported him. Christians in this country like to conveniently forget that Germany was a Christian nation that turned to Hitler. Those German Christians who turned a blind eye to the Jews were like American Christians who turned a blind eye to blacks.

      As I said before, Christians have never defended anyone elses rights other than their own. Then you have to turn to people like Trump and Moore to be the defenders of the faith.

      • tz1

        The only encyclical not in latin was in German and was anti-Nazi.
        Slavery was not considered an intrinsic or grave evil by itself.

        Christians do defend the rights of others, but that is lost to revisionist history.

        You won’t ask why Christian Germany turned ot Hitler. You won’t think about WW1, the Versailles treaty, the lies about war crimes, and Weimar. While it doesn’t excuse evil, there is a difference living in the city of god v.s. Sodom.

        But Jews were not Christians. Why do you bother about them when Christendom turned the same blind eye when the Hutu were using Machetes to hack Tutsi to death?

        Today, American Christians are turning a blind eye to blacks who are having multiple children by different men out of wedlock, and crime and other things. Ought they not say “turn away from sin”?

        • Concerned Christian

          “Christians do defend the rights of others, but that is lost to revisionist history.”

          Germany was majority Christian or Catholic and American states that it’s a Christian nation. But as blacks and Jews found out, that’s only relevant if you were white and Christian. I don’t think that qualifies as revisionist history.

          “Hutu were using Machetes to hack Tutsi to death?”

          Did that event cause the death of six million Jews in Christian Germany or the enslavement and death of millions of blacks in Christian America? For that matter did it cause the subjugation of women’s rights in America?

          “American Christians are turning a blind eye to blacks who are having multiple children by different men out of wedlock, and crime and other things.”

          There we go, point out the bad in everyone else. Never forget that it was whites in this country that taught black women how to raise kids without a man during slavery. How many black kids saw their black fathers being humiliated with the threat that they would be separated from their kids if they didn’t behave correctly. How many families were split up by whites with complete disregard to the feelings of the families involved.

          So Christians should treat blacks having multiple children by different men, the same way they treated black families during slavery. Christians didn’t stand up for them then so why say anything now!

          • TheSaint4JC

            And while you two idiots argue over “Christian ethics and history” the devil slips in through the front door.

          • Chip Crawford

            He really goes for your name calling too …

          • Concerned Christian

            ouch, didn’t see that sucker punch coming! 🙂

  • Jack Danner

    For what it’s worth, my take on the situation (and I very well may be wrong):

    Moore: possibly guilty of sexual assault and lying
    Moore: opposes abortion (murder)
    Davis: not being accused of sexual assault and lying
    Davis: supports abortion (murder)

    Don’t vote for a murderer…

    • Concerned Christian

      that is truly awesome rationalization.

      • ron williamson

        Refute it, then. Murderers gonna murder somebody . . . even the unborn.

    • pi may

      what pathetic human f3ces you are, you nasty ChistoNAzi are going to hell with the rest of NA ZI, Burn M F Burn

      • Jack Danner

        pi may,

        I’m shocked! How did you manage to fit such an eloquent, poetic, logical argument, into such a short, poorly written response?

        Please, pi may, tell us your secret…

        • ron williamson

          Demon possession.

          • Royce E. Van Blaricome

            It surely does look like it, doesn’t it? Only thing that prevents me from going there with you is John 7:24. If it’s not, it surely is a good example of what it looks like.

  • Kikikins

    I don’t understand if we sinned 40 years ago and not since and are sorry for our misconduct, God forgives. If we can’t forgive what happened 40 years ago does God? Just makes me uncomfortable.

    • Chip Crawford

      True, but why lie about it today? Forgiveness requires admission … Or, are you saying, we should forgive him for lying now, even though he is obviously not repentant of it?

      • pi may

        you can not reason with the modern chistoNAZI, they are in a 24/7 trance like the 1930s Germans

        • ron williamson

          Says the totally reasonable and tolerant AntiChristoCOMMIE who is foaming at the mouth about God’s hatred and eternal damnation in hell for those with whom he disagrees. Murderous demon possession is so very endearing . . . isn’t it?

      • ron williamson

        Why do you assume he’s lying, Chip? Isn’t it more likely that his ‘Resistance’ accusers have been paid for false witness to win your party a new Senate seat? Isn’t it more likely that you would have voted for his opponent in this race anyway?

      • Royce E. Van Blaricome

        Ron is correct. Dr. Brown’s points are on point though he errors greatly in his counsel. I addressed that above but, that said, this is not a matter of “forgiveness”. Moore has made NO confession, showed NO contrition, and made NO effort to repent. Now, if he did nothing wrong there is no need to do those things and therefore no need for forgiveness.

        However, IF he’s been refusing to do those things and continues living in Denial, lying about the the truth of the matter, and vilifying his accusers, then no forgiveness should be given either.

    • pi may

      you chistoNAZI only have forgiveness for your own nasty kind, GOD HATES YOU SCUM, KNOW THAT, HE REALLY REALY HATE YOU, AND YOUR GOING TO HELL!

  • I vote for Roy Moore specially for christians will be shameful act, they sold their souls to the Devil.

    • Royce E. Van Blaricome

      Putting the incoherency of that word salad aside, you have just made a false accusation and borne false witness against every true Christian – every true child of God – who for whatever reason voted for Moore and probably in your estimation would’ve voted for him.

      Hear the Word of God:

      ? “He who justifies the wicked and he who condemns the righteous, both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord” (Proverbs 17:15).

      There are six things that the LORD HATES, seven that are an ABOMINATION to him: haughty eyes, a LYING TONGUE, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a FALSE WITNESS who breathes out LIES and one who sows discord among brothers. (Prov. 6:16-19)

      “A false witness will not go unpunished, And he who tells lies will not escape.” (Prov. 19:5)

      “A false witness will not go unpunished, And he who tells lies will perish.” (Prov. 19:9)

      ““For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, FALSE WITNESS, SLANDERS.” (Matt. 5:19)

  • ccrider

    It doesn’t and shouldn’t work that way and I believe this to be a overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUSTICE’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony” can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and made made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    UNLESS YOU GIVE AN ACCOUNT TO DISQUS OR MYSELF VIA E-MAIL AS TO WHY MY POST VIOLATES YOUR STANDARDS THEN I WILL CONTINUE TO PASTE IT INDEFINITELY. ARBITRARILY SILENCING AN OPINION SHOULD BE DONE WITH DETAILED EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION….NOT SIMPLY WITH THE PRESS OF A BUTTON. THIS IS A CHRISTIAN SITE WITH OBVIOUS IDEOLOGICAL BIAS AND MY POSTS ARE BIBLICALLY SOUND….IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CASE FOR THE DISMISSAL OF MY OPINION THEN PLEASE RELAY THAT HERE WITH A “REPLY” OF RULES VIOLATIONS, CONTACT DISQUS, OR SEND ME AN E-MAIL.

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    UNLESS YOU GIVE AN ACCOUNT TO DISQUS OR MYSELF VIA E-MAIL AS TO WHY MY POST VIOLATES YOUR STANDARDS THEN I WILL CONTINUE TO PASTE IT INDEFINITELY. ARBITRARILY SILENCING AN OPINION SHOULD BE DONE WITH DETAILED EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION….NOT SIMPLY WITH THE PRESS OF A BUTTON. THIS IS A CHRISTIAN SITE WITH OBVIOUS IDEOLOGICAL BIAS AND MY POSTS ARE BIBLICALLY SOUND….IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CASE FOR THE DISMISSAL OF MY OPINION THEN PLEASE RELAY THAT HERE WITH A “REPLY” OF RULES VIOLATIONS, CONTACT DISQUS, OR SEND ME AN E-MAIL.

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    UNLESS YOU GIVE AN ACCOUNT TO DISQUS OR MYSELF VIA E-MAIL AS TO WHY MY POST VIOLATES YOUR STANDARDS THEN I WILL CONTINUE TO PASTE IT INDEFINITELY. ARBITRARILY SILENCING AN OPINION SHOULD BE DONE WITH DETAILED EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION….NOT SIMPLY WITH THE PRESS OF A BUTTON. THIS IS A CHRISTIAN SITE WITH OBVIOUS IDEOLOGICAL BIAS AND MY POSTS ARE BIBLICALLY SOUND….IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CASE FOR THE DISMISSAL OF MY OPINION THEN PLEASE RELAY THAT HERE WITH A “REPLY” OF RULES VIOLATIONS, CONTACT DISQUS, OR SEND ME AN E-MAIL.

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    UNLESS YOU GIVE AN ACCOUNT TO DISQUS OR MYSELF VIA E-MAIL AS TO WHY MY POST VIOLATES YOUR STANDARDS THEN I WILL CONTINUE TO PASTE IT INDEFINITELY. ARBITRARILY SILENCING AN OPINION SHOULD BE DONE WITH DETAILED EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION….NOT SIMPLY WITH THE PRESS OF A BUTTON. THIS IS A CHRISTIAN SITE WITH OBVIOUS IDEOLOGICAL BIAS AND MY POSTS ARE BIBLICALLY SOUND….IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CASE FOR THE DISMISSAL OF MY OPINION THEN PLEASE RELAY THAT HERE WITH A “REPLY” OF RULES VIOLATIONS, CONTACT DISQUS, OR SEND ME AN E-MAIL.

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    UNLESS YOU GIVE AN ACCOUNT TO DISQUS OR MYSELF VIA E-MAIL AS TO WHY MY POST VIOLATES YOUR STANDARDS THEN I WILL CONTINUE TO PASTE IT INDEFINITELY. ARBITRARILY SILENCING AN OPINION SHOULD BE DONE WITH DETAILED EVIDENCE OF VIOLATION….NOT SIMPLY WITH THE PRESS OF A BUTTON. THIS IS A CHRISTIAN SITE WITH OBVIOUS IDEOLOGICAL BIAS AND MY POSTS ARE BIBLICALLY SOUND….IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CASE FOR THE DISMISSAL OF MY OPINION THEN PLEASE RELAY THAT HERE WITH A “REPLY” OF RULES VIOLATIONS, CONTACT DISQUS, OR SEND ME AN E-MAIL.

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • Royce E. Van Blaricome

    I realize this is a mute point now that the election is over but perhaps by addressing Dr. Moore’s suppositions someone can be helped in the future.

    How about this idea? Instead of Pragmatism, a Christian Leader actually put forth a Biblical argument which would be to realize that we ALWAYS should seek the Kingdom of God first? How about asking God to made it abundantly clear what you should do and then wait upon the Lord for the answer. If God does not make it abundantly clear whether or not to vote there is your answer. The point is to do all things in faith for without faith it is impossible to please God. How one approaches these difficult, and even much more minor things, speaks to whether they seek the Kingdom or their own kingdom. Do ALL things as unto the Lord. THAT is the “pragmatic” approach that I believe God commands us to follow.

    How about instead of the approach Dr. Brown puts forth that allows the voters to focus on the ideological differences between Moore and his Democratic opponent, we Christians actually focus on the theological differences between walking by faith, obeying God’s Word to seek His Kingdom first (after all, that is where a real Christian’s citizenship is), doing all things as unto the Lord, desire to please God, focsing on the Eternal, and just obeying God while leaving all the consequences to Him instead of focusing on the temporal, this kingdom, and our own wisdom?

    How about Dr. Brown, Brother, preaching/teaching that Christians should SERVE God FIRST before thinking about serving the people of AL and the people of the USA as you say in your video? It truly saddens me to see a Christian “Leader” fall from upholding God’s Word into “Pragmatism”.

  • ccrider

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

  • ccrider

    This suggestion doesn’t, and shouldn’t, work that way and I believe this to be an overtly partisan conclusion. And how do we truly know that Moore’s history of this deviancy ended 40yrs ago with no “hiccups” in between? I told my wife and in laws several years ago what I felt God was telling me at that time and I will state it again. “With God’s omniscience and omnipotence PERHAPS GOD MOVED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OFF THE GROUNDS OF ‘JUDICIAL INTEGRITY’ BECAUSE THOSE WHO MAKE A MOCKERY OF HIM ARE NOT WORTHY TO DISPLAY HIS COMMANDMENTS.

    He sees what we cannot and I’ve found it a bit curious that God’s children in Christ have blamed the unsaved for the removal of the Ten Commandments without ever considering that it could be the result of something His children are or are not doing. To think that repercussions involving God in this country cannot ever be the result of His church is nothing more than the kind of righteous arrogance that the Israelites had when God stepped in and allowed them to be captured, or sent His prophets to warn them. Daniel didn’t blame Babylon for the capture of the Israelites, he blamed their own disobedience. But when the secular agenda advances in this country keep God out of our public arena we automatically blame the unsaved because it just can’t be “The Church”…we’re the good guys. God had a different view of past nations who had the same view of themselves. The Church has become arrogant in it’s view of itself…..we dismiss the thought that “moral consequence” could be self inflicted. That has begun the ruination of many and the Bible shows us this in no uncertain terms for our own good.

    Moore’s day in court should have been within anytime between these accusations started until today. To tell people to vote Moore into the Senate just to get his “day in court”, that any other citizen would have experienced, is preposterous at the core. The inevitable partisan manure will be on full display with the Dems being routinely scathed as “the partisan enemy for injustice.” The Senate has no judicial power to give Moore his just punishments. His punishment is TO NOT BE ELECTED BASED ON THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION which should dictate a win or a loss within its simplistic and no nonsense calculations based on “trustworthiness” which ended when Moore was caught lying. To elect Moore, even on the grounds you validate, sets a precedent of voter behavior that is ridiculously counterintuitive and can only be suggested by an intellectualism that is too smart for its own good. THE COURT OF GOD’S DIVINE JUDGMENT IS ALWAYS IN.

    It is evident that Moore used his popularity and clout in order to stay as a prosecutor to support many more ambitions. If the MALL POLICE were given the task of putting Moore on surveillance and have him dismissed from the Mall because of a threat to underage girls, and nothing was pursued to hold him accountable, then Moore used slick tactics and his popularity with naive sycophants as voters to keep him in power. THE FACT THAT MOORE SAID THAT HE DID NOT KNOW ONE OF THE TEENAGERS WHO ACCUSED HIM, ONLY TO HAVE THAT ACCUSER PRODUCE A WRITTEN ENTRY IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FROM MOORE PROVES DECEPTION ON HIS PART IN HIS DENIALS.

    And the fact that Moore rode to the election venue on a horse with his cowboy hat on is an appropriate display of hubris which believes that “showmanship and a pony”…. can’t undue, mask, or manipulate a contingent that he believed had the kind of shallow loyalty needed to help him live out his ambitions with impunity. God has grown tired of the circus like mockery. And He will continue exposing those who wrap themselves in a flag while holding a Bible in a centuries old tactic to use God as a disingenuous prop to manipulate voters…..just like the horse and pony. Those who use God to advance their own selfish ambitions and agenda should be gripped with fear…..He has drawn the line and is no longer going to strive with ideological hypocrisy of politicians as well as the voters. This “outing” is designed for voters to start living by His word and making HIS WORD OUR IDEOLOGY, instead of allowing humanistic and man made philosophies filter His word making the sins of compromise as a legitimate staple of politics a nauseating pill to swallow, instead of the “ideological honey” we have used to routinely justify while we beat the unsaved with the Bible concerning their sins.

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