Frances & Friends - Sep. 28th, 2020
Frances & Friends • 29-Sep-2020
Today on Frances and Friends, Pastor Donnie Swaggart and panel discuss Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s appointment to replace the Supreme Court vacancy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In response to debate over her Catholic faith, an emailer asks, shouldn’t Christians want a born again candidate? Would we be supportive of a Muslim? Brother Smith, says Sharia law, of the Muslim faith, is against the Constitution of the United States and thus a Muslim should not hold a position in American politics. Brother Donnie says the primary goal is to find a judge who will uphold the Constitution and not try to change law or create new law. The panel answers an emailer’s question about whether angels sing. Revelation 5:9, says the angels sang a new song, whether that is specific singing or not, it isn’t clear. The panel says there is worship in heaven, and when a person gets saved on earth, a heavenly celebration takes place; likely, that worship would include singing.
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