Playing Politics with Religion: A Dangerous Game

…because God knows the motives in every politician’s heart.

Two hands grasping a communion cup

You can fool the people, but you cannot fool God.

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About stushie

I'm originally from Scotland and have been a Presbyterian pastor for over twenty years. I live in Knoxville, TN. I enjoy art as a means of therapy, but also as a creative way to strengthen my spiritual connection to God.
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2 Responses to Playing Politics with Religion: A Dangerous Game

  1. kip says:

    I don’t know what to make of this. What are you trying to say?

  2. stushie says:

    That both parties are trying to wrestle with the church and bring it over to their side. The church is not a political tool; it is the Bride of Christ. Any politician who is double-minded and seeks to use the church for his or her ambitions will have to answer to Christ.

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