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Our blog here at Veritas Domain broke all record the first two days of this month with thousands of people dropping by with the Christian’s voter’s guide for the state of California.

While the results are not fully in, I think it is important that Christians meditate on this verse from 1 Timothy 2:1-4:

1First of all, then, I urge that (A)entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men,

2(B)for kings and all who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity.

3This is good and acceptable in the sight of (C)God our Savior,

4(D)who desires all men to be (E)saved and to (F)come to the knowledge of the truth.

Christians must vote by Godly principles; but after the election is over, it’s not a time to stop getting one’s hand dirty with politics– we must pray for whoever that wins, will be men and women of justice in their office, and allow peace and harmony so that Christians can share the gospel and not have to deal with those who want to hinder the cause of the gospel and “religious practice” and beliefs.

It’s also not time to slumber until the next election– Christian must be informed with what’s going on, and speak out against evil, while at the same time respecting those in office and make the issue the issue, rather the person.

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For Information, visit the Trinity Foundation’s webpage on it by clicking HERE

The Trinity Foundation is pleased to announce the Seventh Annual Christian Worldview Essay Contest

First Prize $3,000

Second Prize $2,000

Third Prize $1,000

The topic of the 2011 Christian Worldview Essay Contest is the book Introduction to Christian Philosophy (“The Wheaton Lectures”) by Gordon H. Clark. Each person who enters the contest must read this book and write an essay about it. The book is included in Christian Philosophy and in Clark and His Critics (as “The Wheaton Lectures”) and is available for $15.00 for either book (retail price: $21.95 for trade paperback) per copy, postpaid to U.S. addresses.

The Trinity Foundation
Post Office Box 68
Unicoi, Tennessee 37692
http://www.trinityfoundation.org 423.743.0199

 

Essay Submission Rules

Each person who enters the contest must be no younger than 17 years of age and no older than 23 years of age on January 1, 2011.

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