Wednesday, February 06, 2008

What's happening to our Christian Leaders?

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  1. Enjoy the blog. I am also a pastor in the holiness tradition and will be casting a vote for Mike Huckabee.

    As far as the question of the Christian leaders is concerned, I think we have compromised truth for voice.

    What I mean is, so many people I know agree with Huckabee, but just don't think he'll make it so they would rather vote with some one that they "sort of" agree with so they will still have a voice.

    As a person deeply rooted in truth, I just don't think you can make decisions like that. There is no "partial truth" or "mostly good" or "half-way holy." It's an all or nothing kind of issue.

    If Christians would vote that way, things might change!

    ...Sorry, didn't mean to get on a soap box.

  2. Dr. James Dobson endorses Mike Huckabee 2-7-08

    Please post on your website if you want.

    Also it is likely that Huckabee, McCain and Paul will all enter the Convention this fall, none of them having the majority of the delegates required to win the nomination. All of the delegates will then have to cast ballot after ballot after ballot until some one emerges as the nominee. It could be Huckabee! Want proof that Gov. Huckabee is viable?
    • When Sean Hannity attempted last week to get Newt Gingrich to tell Gov. Huckabee to “drop out,” Newt rebuked Hannity (twice!) on the air, saying that Gov. Huckabee will be the “power broker” at the Convention this fall!
    • In the early days of the GOP, there are many instances where multiple ballots were taken to decide who was the party’s nominee, when no candidate came into the convention with a majority of the delegates: At the 1860 convention, Lincoln won on the 4th ballot; In 1876, Rutherford B. Hayes won on the 7th ballot; In 1881, Garfield won on the 36th ballot (wow!); and at the 1888 convention, Benjamin Harrison was nominated on the 9th ballot. Each of these GOP nominees went on to win the Presidency that year.
    As Governor Huckabee has said, “We are going nine full innings.” And, I am confident, if we all work hard in each of those innings, we will nominate Governor Huckabee as our next President of the United States!