"Donald Trump's Bible Verse" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward
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No I don't know if this is his favorite verse. When asked what it was, he responded that it was too personal.
As a Canadian, I look on with fascination and interest.
There's something appealing about Trump: he's not accountable to anyone.
There's something frightening about Trump: he's not accountable to anyone.
Many¬†argue that it's clear he's a racist and misogynist. Some say¬†this is a good thing because at least we know where he stands, unlike the politically correct, and they appreciate him for his transparent honesty. To me it seems like there are many people willing to take a terrifying risk and trust him.
I do realize immigration is an important issue. But just google "immigration in the bible" or "foreigners in the bible" or something like that, and at first glance you will be overwhelmed at the graciousness the Bible says we should extend to foreigners in our midst. Like this one: ‚ÄúThou shall neither vex a stranger, nor oppress him: for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt‚Äù (Exodus 22:21). And that pretty much sets the tone for the rest of the bible.
However, it is suggested that if you take this as kindness towards illegal immigrants, then you're wrong! In fact, it is debated that what that verse is talking about is not foreigners living among us, but about foreigners temporarily passing through! Ya, I didn't realize that either.
It seems that we can make anything mean anything so that even something that is explicit about inclusion can actually mean exclusion. I'm not just talking about immigrants.
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