Insight - Mar. 17th, 2021
Insight • 18-Mar-2021
Conservative Christians need to use Godly wisdom in response to the moral and Spiritual issues that we see continually being decided by our U.S. politicians. Today on Insight, John and Josh Rosenstern discuss decisions being made that should be addressed by the Word of God. The voice of conservatives is being silenced. Brother Josh explains how we do not have a pure democracy in the United States; we have a Republic, which is not a parliamentary system like that of the UK. With such a heavy emphasis on our Republican and Democratic parties here, we have gone backwards in our U.S. Government structure. Brother Josh says our Republic is to keep a balance for both parties, as all people must be represented. Congress is trying to push through many laws with the current House and Senate majorities being Democrat, including having a tie break vote by Vice President Harris. Brother John says we are going to see increased taxation in response to the mounting debt being created by our leaders in Washington.
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