Poverty

Conservatives for the oppressed

Poverty
by D.C. Innes
Posted 9/14/11, 05:36 pm

Upon the death of England's good King Edward VI in 1553, the Scottish Reformer John Knox confessed his and his nation's sins. He saw these as related to God's sudden withdrawal of the blessing of good government. Among other items of repentance, he included "oppression and violence we have not abhorred." Conservative evangelicals in America need to abhor oppression.

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Jesus the socialist

Poverty
by Janie B. Cheaney
Posted 8/22/11, 03:40 pm

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Save the poor from their 'friends'

Poverty
by D.C. Innes
Posted 8/03/11, 05:23 pm

The poor in America (whoever exactly that is) have many friends in Washington D.C. But that is part of their problem. When your friends are powerful and aggressively well-intentioned but unwise, you don't need enemies.

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