Christians in large numbers have historically sat out
America's elections, particularly the midterms. But this is a
massive reason why America is facing such perilous times right now.
If those who know best about God, fail to keep God at the helm in
the politics and culture, then it's only common sense God will be
sidelined and more wicked forces will steal the leadership roles.
After all, expecting the secular world to put God first is a tad
optimistic, if not outright ridiculous -- yes? America's a nation
built on the idea that individuals get their rights from God, and
that government is only in place to preserve and protect those
rights. But remove God from that equation and what remains is
government -- and what then happens is government becomes the giver
(and taker) of rights. So it's crucially important for those who
know best about Judeo-Christian teachings to get involved in the
more secular sides of things. Jason Yates, CEO of an organization
that tracks Christian participation in elections, tells why
About the Podcast
Bold and blunt: Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley brings her no-holds-barred take on the big issues of the day.