If we already know the answer, why bother to ask? Ditto for the much-heard claim that fewer people voted for Trump than for Hillary Clinton, so she should be president rather than him. Under our Constitution, the person with the most electoral not popular votes wins.
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Donald Trump became President under the process that has governed America since Sound familiar? Every time he slurs a word, the blogosphere lights up with claims that he is physically or mentally incapable of holding office. And it also undermines the Twenty-Fifth Amendment itself, which allows the vice president and a majority of the cabinet to recommend the removal of a president who is unable to function as one.
Kennedy—brother of the murdered president—warned that the amendment might become a weapon for removing leaders who were physically capable but politically unpopular. Not to worry, replied Indiana Senator Birch Bayh. To be removed, in short, you had to be absolutely and unambiguously incapable—like John F. Kennedy was, in the hours between when he was shot and when he died.
Stretching it to cover Trump ignores that history, which is—again—just the kind of thing that Trump does. During the past 40 years, the evangelical Christian Church in America has undergone a transformation.
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In an attempt to reshape the country in order to restore a moral, Biblically-based foundation, conservative theology has been married to years ago Jesus Christ said that His Kingdom was not of this world. In an attempt to reshape the country in order to restore a moral, Biblically-based foundation, conservative theology has been married to conservative political thought.
For many people, to be a "social" conservative Republican and a conservative evangelical Christian mean the same thing. Has this transformation been positive or has it been a lethal form of syncretism? As an evangelical Christian since childhood, Coleman Luck has been raised in the church.
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Coleman Luck, was a professor. However, a few years later, Coleman's life took an unexpected turn. After doing graduate study at USC, he entered the entertainment industry of Hollywood as a writer. A few years later he became a television producer and the Showrunner of the hit television series of the late 's, The Equalizer.
Coleman has had a unique vantage point from which to view the cultural and political wars of the last decades. It is from this double perspective, as both an evangelical Christian and a long-term member of the Hollywood community, that Coleman has written The Curse of Conservatism.
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The curse of conservatism, according to Luck, is that evangelical conservatives have traded in the calling of God to transform our world by the powerf Any evangelical caught up in the politics of conservatism must read this book by Coleman Luck. The curse of conservatism, according to Luck, is that evangelical conservatives have traded in the calling of God to transform our world by the powerful message of the gospel for a tainted political message of flawed conservative politics that will bring the kingdom of God on earth.
Sadly, the evangelical message has been syncretized with the purposes of the Republican Party. Coleman is calling all believers everywhere to come back to the true calling of following Jesus rather than trying to mesh both messages into a incomprehensible mess. Please read this book.
The world desperately needed the life changing message much more than it needs the ego maniacal one man show of DonaldTrump. Shane Mcgrath rated it really liked it Dec 04, Kevin B Attwater rated it really liked it Dec 28,