Did Joe cross a red line on his road to Presidency when he changed directions after 30 years to support taxpayers to fund abortion?
A Chicago Tribune Article titled, Joe Biden reverses course on Hyde Amendment after criticism from 2020 rivals.
In two Previous Posts about the wall of separation between government and religion requires a red line to prevent government from jumping over the wall and vice a versa.
The Purposes of This Post
Is to further explain my opinion why religious believers need to protest government tax money be used for abortion and why school vouchers should be the “civil rights” issue of the century.
This post is what Faith Believers need to do when the Caesar’s in our government cross the red line on government and religion provided in the First Amendment.
Also, to provide an ancient prophesy for Joe Biden to discern if his vanity for Presidency was the reason for his reversal.
If you see
the poor oppressed in a district, and justice and rights denied, do not be
surprised at such things; for one official is eyed by a higher one, and over
them both are others higher still. (
stumble not at it, nor arraign the wisdom and justice of God; let not that temptation prevail in thee as it has done in some good men, who have been tempted from hence to think there was nothing in religion, nor no providence attending the affairs of this world; do not be frightened and astonished, and hurried into such a thought; nor be distressed at the calamities and oppressions of poor and innocent men; (Excerpt Gils Bible Commentary)
“Vanity of vanities,” says the Preacher; “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.” (Ecclesiastes 1:2 NHEB)
What’s My Point?
I believe if you read the previous posts in relation to the following comments, you will understand my point.
There cannot be absolute wall of separation between church and state. Our religious views, for example, help us decide what to render unto Caesar and what to render unto God.
What we render unto Caesar should be driven by our desire to glorify our Lord. Honorable government service is actually a calling. If whatever we do is intended to glorify our Lord, then our work, including that of civil servants, becomes a form of worship.
What the founders had in mind with the First Amendment was a government that could not establish a state religion or prevent the free exercise of religion. They were not trying to prevent clerics promoting their religious beliefs with respect to government. They were trying to prevent any faction from imposing its own beliefs using government power.
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Tom, you stated,
“Our religious views, for example, help us decide what to render unto Caesar and what to render unto God.”
I agree. That is why we need to object by drawing a red line to our government rendering our taxes to a Caesar who uses the funds to render to actions contrary to our religious faith and beliefs. By doing so government is forcing us to help lead us on the wrong path of sin instead of righteousness.
We must speak out when Caesar steps over red lines and forces us to allow teachers to influence our children to follow crooked paths in life that lead to spiritual death.
Being silent about paying to support abortion
is a form of consent or agreement.
We cannot force anyone to believe in God or that abortion is wrong. But we can and must object that our freedoms of religion and speech allows us to object when the Caesar’s in government to force us to support what is not righteous according to our religious beliefs of the Commandment “thoub shalt not kill.”
I believe that is why our founders included Religion and Free Speech in their thoughts and priority by stating both religion and free speech as the First Amendment.
I also agree there should be no wall between government and religion, assuming both complement each other to lead as a path to righteousness.
What is being forced on our children what to believe in our Caesars schools right now along with a belief that ends a life in a mother’s womb is something other than killing a life, are red lines crossing over our religious views and the First Amendment in my opinion.
Thanks for your comments which gave me an opportunity to further express my views and opinions on these two issues.
Regards and good will blogging.
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We need school choice. Should be the civil rights issue of this century.
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Read the Previous Posts and Source Links Below.
Should Faith believers contact their representatives to protest having to pay two school tuitions and using their tax funds for abortion?
Is government or religion crossing the red line and jumped over the wall of their First Amendment Rights?
Which political party’s agenda do you support enough to vote for in 2020?
Will better schools help the poor and be more advantages to advance civil rights than empty suit promises by politicians?
Regards and Good Will Blogging
Gils Bible Commentary
Bible Prophesy Warning for Joe Biden
Empty Suit Politicians