What’s true in politics is not necessarily true in religion.

The bailout is not fair and I don’t like it and I oppose it.

The Gospel is not fair and I like it and I promote it.

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4 responses to “What’s true in politics is not necessarily true in religion.

  1. euroasiangirl

    please read my blogg if you have time

  2. Not fair, but perfectly just. The gospel, that is, not the bailout. Thank God for satisfying his justice in Christ.

  3. Joe

    That is so perfect an analysis, in two sentences.

    I agree wholeheartedly.

    (Note: That was two sentences…rats, now I went and ruined it.)

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