video July 3, 2020 How Founding Fathers Who Loved the God of Liberty Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post How Founding Fathers Who Loved the God of Liberty broadcastcbnchristiannewsonline PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe FOUNDING FATHERS as MASONS Next articleIs TRUMP’s PLAN for America changing? 11 Comments Reply July 3, 2020 Lee Hall-Perkins But they denied liberty to women, slaves, and the poor? ? Reply July 4, 2020 Varnel Watson Brady Hall its true you know and they were all masons too http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/the-founding-fathers-as-masons/ Reply July 3, 2020 Russ Taft Nationalism is sin. Reply July 3, 2020 Tim Anderson Russ Taft scripture please. Paul loved Israel and would have given his soul for his kin. God loves Israel – I love America the land of my forefathers, even with nb its flaws. Yet I dont worship it. Reply July 3, 2020 Russ Taft Tim Anderson and saints in other countries should show allegiance to their country? Iran? China? Libya? Reply July 3, 2020 Tim Anderson Russ Taft only as they follow Christ. Where our laws deny the proclamation of Jesus, we work to obey God rather than man. Saints in other countries are the salt and light to their world, it doesnt mean they love the type of Govt. but will naturally love thier people and heritage. Any scripture that disputes that? Reply July 3, 2020 Russ Taft Tim Anderson no, but I am weary of the trend in recent years to hold up patriotism and nationalism on a level with God and His Kingdom Reply July 3, 2020 Tim Anderson Russ Taft none of my friends esteem our country or President as our Savior, but I still Love America for the good it has done. Its why we are told to pray for Leaders and those in power rather they are despots or godly like Gearge Washinton. Reply July 4, 2020 Kyle Williams I think many are quick these days to ascribe the title of sin to many things they dont agree with or understand. I’m not sure scripture speaks expressly on this issue so I would be afraid of leading others to one side or the other of an issue that scripture doesn’t address. I think extreme nationalism is not sound practice for a Christian. That is a personal conviction and not a bible doctrine. We’ve got to distinguish that fact when adressing any matter. Having said that I love my country very much and I have a certain sense of duty to it but my Duty to God is of higher importance. Reply July 4, 2020 Varnel Watson I would agree with Russ Taft are you more American than you are Christian Reply July 4, 2020 Varnel Watson and they were all masons too http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/the-founding-fathers-as-masons/ Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.