Dr. Peter Leithart urges conservative Christians to see the silver lining.


2 comments on “Amen

  1. Nathan says:

    Good thoughts.

    In addition, when I was reviewing the events of Nov. 4th with my children, we began by giving thanks for God’s sovereignty, discussed that no matter who was in that given office, our prayers would be the same: that they bow and kiss the Son, and to repent of all words, deeds, and thoughts that are contrary to the kingdom of our Savior.

  2. Jason says:

    I just dont see Obamas agendas getting very far. He is far left, and most democrats dont see eye to eye with him. As far as what peter said, he seems to focus more on the personal life than the job obama is taking on. Clinton’s personal life was a joke, but nobody expected much from him. his personal embarassment nobody cares much about now, because they know he got rid of the deficit, balanced the budget and the economy was the strongest its ever been while he was in office. While being morally corrupted, he served and led economically and politically, well. I dont think the presidents personal life really matters. Im not saying i dont hope he finds God. I just think that there are a lot of nonchristians out there that do great work, even while their personal decisions are lame.

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