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Christians in a politically charged climate

Questions to ask as tensions ratchet up

A weathered American flag flies in front of the First Baptist Church of Gallant in Gallant, Ala. AP Photo/Brynn Anderson

Christians in a politically charged climate
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My Two Cents

I wholeheartedly agree, Mr. Kohl. Thank you for stating eloquently what I believe scripture to say about political loyalties. I was dismayed with Franklin Graham recently, when he posted a scathing rebuke against ten republicans who voted to impeach Trump. He went so far as to use the analogy of them betraying Trump for thirty pieces of silver. If that is not idol worship, I don't know what is. Graham does much for sharing the gospel of Christ, and administering humanitarian aid to people in crisis. I just feel by him delving so blatantly into the political arena, he has caused harm to the cause of Christ.