Which Christ Are These Politicians Talking About?

 

When a person professes to be a Christian or follower of Jesus (as nearly all the current presidential candidates–both left & right have done), how do we determine whether their lives resemble ANY aspect of that claim?

Is there any room for allowing them such blatant inconsistencies between their “profession of Christ” and the way they live and global policies they push?

If there is no standard by which to compare these inconsistencies then we’re officially screwed!

Mainstream “Christianity” will tell you that the bible is the standard and as long as they put in a plug for Jesus every now and then, that’s acceptable.

We couldn’t disagree more.

You see, Jesus actually taught that it was his specific teachings (in the gospels, not random cherry-picking from the 66 books of the bible) that put one in a position to open the door to eternity.

So rather than us telling you how exactly we’ve arrived at these kinds of conclusions, we suggest that YOU seek out the things that he taught in those 4 books referred to as the gospels and CLOSELY compare them to all the rhetoric that passes for Christianity these days, especially when considering which ANTI-Christ you just might end up voting for!

 

 

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About livewithoutlovingmoney

Welcome to the intersection of economics & and love! We are Christians who are disgusted with the money system worship of the Churches. We call it "Churchianity" and nothing could be further from what Jesus Christ taught than what is commonly preached in most churches around the world. His profoundly revolutionary and unrivaled teachings about love, if practiced, open our eyes to the matrix of greed that he came to free us from. Read more to discover the message that centuries of church dogma & doctrine have attempted to hide from you.
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