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Redeeming Babel: Another Political Trojan Horse for Evangelicals?

Russell Moore, David French, and Curtis Chang are crafting curriculum to use at your church under the heading of “The After Party.” This initiative is sponsored by Redeeming Babel which previously spearheaded “Christians and the Vaccine” which encouraged Christians to get the shot. Now the organization is back at it forming training materials to help pastors and other Christian leaders teach their people about how to be politically involved without being subverted by political parties. You can be the judge as to who’s subverting whom.

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  1. Jon – I disagree that the problem is that there is a ‘Christain political party.’ It would be excellent if some political party of the future was so saturated by Bible that they were unquestionably Christ-following in all of its policy. The problem is that currently progressive, rebellious filth is peddled as “Christain” when it is clearly anti-Biblical and captivated, founded upon, and saturated by “philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world” as the adherents are “tossed here and there by waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, by craftiness in deceitful scheming.” The problem isn’t following Christ in political policy but rather in misrepresenting Christ, ignoring His Word, and following a christ imagined by men. And if in the future, a Christ-following group is appointed by God (through lawful means) as rulers of America, I will thank Him and my conscience will not feel any guilt that there will be unbelievers gnashing their teeth at such Providence. Thank you for reading.

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