Am I a heretic? Maybe. If believing that God is all powerful, all loving, wiser than His creation and perfectly willing and capable of saving all of His children makes me a heretic, sign me up.
I agree with much of this except the part about not looking into a presidential candidate's past. I've interviewed people to fill various positions over my lifetime. I expect a resume that is accurate and convincing. I perform background checks in the civilian world, and in the military we had a stringent process to make sure a person was qualified for their position. In order to get my security clearance, the investigators spoke to people who barely met me. I don't even know how they knew these folks knew I existed. They uncovered things about me I didn't even know about myself. And I was just a low guy in the totem pole, not the Commander in Chief. I want the Commander in Chief to have a background check and a verifiable resume. That's not looking into the past. That's common hiring practices for any position of responsibility. Blessings
@SomedayI didn't catch a part where she said that. I think vetting is very important, of course. I think she was talking about going back in history to a less progressive, less open-minded time. I didn't at all think she ever suggested that we not look into past actions.That was beautiful, by the way. I'll send the link to my friends.
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