Posted Sep 11, 2017 by Michael L. Brown

In ancient Israel, when judges were being appointed, the first qualification was that they had to be God-fearing. Today, in America, it seems that some political leaders view faith in God as a liability for judges, especially if it is a deeply-grounded Christian faith.

We know, of course, that ancient Israel was a theocracy while America is not, and we understand that Israelite judges ruled on... Read the Full Article on


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