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Who would God vote for?

Posted by truthtalklive on July 9, 2008

On todays show Stu interviews Phil Burress a Christian who is struggling with this very topic. For more information please visit www.ccv.org. As always thanks for listening! To listen to Podcast of this show and other great shows please visit www.wtru.com scroll down until you see Truth Talk Live Podcast!



10 Responses to “Who would God vote for?”

  1. John said

    Is this a question that a Christian should really try to answer for themselves? Seems a tad bit….disrespectful, to the deity, is all.
    Or have I misunderstood the topic question?

  2. Maz said

    John: I’m not sure it’s a valid question either, as there is no higher than God….WHO would HE vote for?
    But if it means…..if God was a man, who would He vote for, then I suppose you could guess at an answer, but then again…it’s a hypothetical question that really has no answer.

  3. Ben Maulis said

    [Art] thou for us, or for our adversaries?
    And he said, Nay; but [as] captain of the host of the LORD am I now come.

    He that is not with me is against me; and he that gathereth not with me scattereth abroad.

  4. John said

    “As the eagle died he noticed that the haft of the arrow had been feathered with one of the eagle’s own plumes. We often give our enemies the means of our own destruction.”-Aesop,Fables

  5. Maz said

    ”If God be fore us who can be against us”. Rom: 8 v 31. Whoever is in power God has the final authority.

  6. Maz said

    oops ”for” not ”fore”.

  7. ADB said

    I’ll second John’s point from #1. Last time I checked the nations (even the good ole’ US of A) were like the dust on a set of scales (Isaiah 40). If really believe that, then any discussion of who God would vote for is silly. The best any of us can do is try to be as godly as we can in our thoughts/actions, and still recognize that even our best intentions will fall short most of the time.

  8. R Chrestman said

    He could only vote for 1 person. He would write in His Son, Jesus Christ. God is perfect, just like His Son, Jesus. He would be forced to write in His Son because that would be the ONLY Perfect candidate.

  9. Stanley said

    I agree, you guys should write in Jesus.


  10. R Chrestman said

    You guys?

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