Skip to comments.Romney Takes Lead in First-Ever Biblical Promise Election
Posted on 10/10/2012 1:14:05 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
For the first time in the presidential race, an average of four major polls gives Republican Mitt Romney a two-point lead over incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama.
The Real Clear Politics website, which offers an average of polls by major polling firms and is often consulted by experts, shows IBD/TIPP, Rasmussen, Pew and Gallup polls taken after the first presidential debate averaging out to a two percentage point lead for Romney among likely voters.
While the first debate centered on the economy, the next debate between the candidates will feature both domestic and foreign policy issues, and the last debate will be devoted exclusively to foreign policy.
The fact that the first debate had extremely high rating levels and had such a profound influence on the polls guarantees that the media and the public will have heightened interest in the next two debates, and makes them even more crucial.
The central issue in foreign policy that Romney is bound to focus on, and that Obama will have to play defense on, is the Middle East, where an epic battle between the Biblical narrative and that of the Muslim Koran (Qu'ran) is coming to a head after brewing for hundreds, maybe thousands of years.
The recent debacle in which a U.S. ambassador was murdered in Libya highlights the stark difference between the Obama Administration's approach to the Middle East conflict, and the traditional approach of U.S. Christians -- especially that of Evangelicals.
Obama's approach to the Middle East seeks to avoid conflict with the forces of Islam at all costs, apparently even to the point of self-deception, as the Libya affair has shown. Many Israeli observers suspect that on the gut level, Obama actually favors the Muslim narrative over the Biblical approach...
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(Remember: MORMONs call JEWS Gentiles!)
I think he means a Jewish promise.
The Pentacostal Church I was raised in believes all those points except the second part of number 8. I don’t remember ever actually discussing the geographical location of the 12 Tribes reunion.
I am Pentecostal, and I don’t beleive in three separate gods or that Jews will be called to Missouri or the Book of Mormon is a restored lost Gospel or that there is not original sin or Salvation comes from works......
Did you actually read the list or just skim over it?
Anyone with a gram of discernment can easily see that 0bama and the left work against God and His people as a knee-jerk response.
I read it. Lots of people think they’re Christians but don’t know Jesus and God are one in the same.
As for Pentacostal beliefs, what I said was when I went to church. In my day it was a sin for women to cut their hair. Lots of things have changed since the 50s.
Well; there ARE some strange ones out there.
Was this a Oneness type?
You said 'raised in'.
You no longer there?
Can I just be neutral vis a vis Mormons, Protestant denominations and Catholics? It’s good you all want to make common cause with us Jews against Islamofascism, and let’s leave it at that. Wish all Jews felt the same, but unfortunately, we’ve got our share of headcases.
It was Assembly of God. And, no, I no longer attend. I call myself a Baptist because I agree with the Baptist doctrine most.
Works for me. We all have to make decisions on our own.