Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The Top 7 Reasons I'm Voting for Hillary

7. I’m pro-choice. She’s pro-choice.
6. Of all the potential candidates, she has the most political experience.
5. She understands that climate change is real and needs to be addressed.
4. When Bill was in office, the federal budget was balanced. Maybe Hillary can do that too.
3. She’s strong and I believe she will represent America’s interests and earn the respect of other world leaders.
2. Her policies help women and families.
1. She destroyed Trump in the first debate, and did it without bullying, yelling, or losing her cool.


  1. THE ANTI FREE-WILL CROWD by steve finnell

    The anti free-will crowd is alive and well in the world today. Their position is the those selected for salvation have no free-will. That they are predestined to receive unconditional, irresistible grace, and that it can never be forfeited.

    The anti free-will crowd believe that those not selected for salvation do have the free-will to sin and spend eternity in hell.

    The anti free-will position is not only not a Scriptural concept; it is also illogical.

    POINT ONE: According to Calvinist men do not have free-will to accept Jesus Lord and Savior, however, they have the free-will to:
    engage in fornication
    be a drunkard
    be a homosexual
    be an adulterer
    be a thief
    be a swindler
    be an idolater
    be a covetous person
    be involved in sorcery
    be a robber
    be a prostitute
    be a Satan worshiper

    POINT TWO: The anti free-will crowd believe if God selects you for salvation, all you have do is wait for God to saved you. They believe God forces "the selected" to have faith and be saved.

    POINT THREE: They believe that no man can seek God.

    ALL men can seek God. (Hebrews 11:6 And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.)

    The writer of Hebrews says that all who come to God must believe that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him. If I were a anti free-will advocate I would be more than a little concerned about my belief.

    John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.

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    1. Steve, thanks for your comment! I'm not exactly sure how this relates to my post. However, I am definitely not anti-free-will, nor am I a Calvinist. I'm an Episcopalian and believe fervently in God, God's grace, my own inability to be righteous or follow the Law, and the saving work of Jesus on the cross.