Tag Archives: Role of Churches in Politics

Does the purpose of the Christian church require pastors to preach on politics?

Yes, Christian pastors are required to preach on politicial issues, because it is important to meet the needs of the whole Christian, which includes the role of the Christian in society.

Politics involves everyone, whether they like it or not, so it is absolutely required that Christian preachers discuss Christianity and its role and function in politics and society.

It is necessary for Christian pastors to provide guidance for church members on how to follow the Bible when they vote or function as citizens in countries, becuase as disciples of Christ, God’s Word should guide their heart and mind.

When pastors ignore politics and elections during Sunday sermon, such pastors are being negligent and rejecting the duty that God requires of them.

Standard of Care owed by Christian pastors for church members is specific directions from the Holy Bible on how to think about and act on current politicial issues of the day.  Glory should be given to God!

Should Ohio voters retaliate against Governor Kasich for vetoing the “Heartbeat Bill”?

Yes, by vetoing the “Heartbeat Bill” Governor Kasich is allowing babies to be killed through abortion.

Protecting unborn life requires prohibiting abortions when the baby heartbeat is heard.

By vetoing the Heartbeat Bill, Ohio Governor Kasich is saying that it is okay to kill the baby in the womb.  This is morally wrong.

It is important for Bible believing Christians to run for the political office.  Run for office on 2018 mid-term elections, if you love Jesus Christ and want to be the salt and light of the world!  Especially in Democrat areas!

Bible believing Christians should become involved in running for local and state elections.  As an elected officer, you can make a difference for Christ, by upholding the morality of the Bible.

Bible-believing churches and pastors should encourage their elders and deacons to run for the office.  It is important to have Bible-believing Christians in the elected office at local, state, and federal levels.

Why should people who hate Jesus Christ and look down on the Bible control the leadership position in your town, city, or state?  Churches should have seminars and conference on encouraging Bible-believing Christians to run for office.

It is the obligation of Christian churches to make sure that elected officials in their communities respect the Bible.