Mark 3:q25, "If a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand."
We are one month into 2021 and it already feels familiar. Almost like 2020 is on repeat. Let's talk about that!
Donald Trump has lost his campaign to regain his seat as President, and as of tomorrow, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the new president. Now what?
We live in a very politically divided time. Everyone sees the "other side" as the enemy. Conservatives see liberals as enemies and liberals see conservatives as enemies. Neither side seems very willing to work through differences, but instead want to paint with broad strokes and wide brushes the other party. To make matters worse, individuals have come to some conclusion that Jesus would've been a supporter of their party. But, would he? Is Jesus a conservative or a liberal? How about a socialist? Let's talk about that!
The Democrat Debate took place the night we recorded this episode and it got us thinking about some things. Does God have a political party? Is it fair to say "Not My President"? Is it possible to agree with those on the "other side" on various things without supporting their overall political platform? How do we get to a better place in our political discourse? Does the Bible have anything to say about politics? These questions and more we discuss in this episode of the Angry Christian Podcast.