Conservative Voter Guide 2012
Conservative Voter Guide Candidates Alabama
Alabama Conservative Voter Guide 2012 Election Recommendations For a list of recommended conservative candidates in Alabama for 2012, state wide and local.Judge Roy Moore - Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice
Tommy Bryan - Alabama Supreme Court
Kathy Peterson - Public Service Commission
Congress From Alabama
Scott Beason - Congressional District 6
Mo Brooks - Congressional District 5
Robert Aderholt - Congressional District 4
Pete Riehm - Congressional District 1
Alabama will have elect their conservative candidates in the March 13, 2012 Alabama primary.
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Alabama Conservative Candidates Local 2012
Many current government decisions will have major impact on our families. Men are responsible to provide for their families, including protecting them from harm (1 Timothy 5:8; Ephesians 5:28,29). Parents are responsible to provide a wholesome upbringing for our children (Ephesians 6:4; Proverbs 22:6). If my vote can help protect my family from evil government decisions and can help provide a more wholesome environment in which to raise my children, why should I refuse to vote?
Conservative Candidates LouisianaLouisiana will elect their conservative candidates in the Louisiana Primary March 24, 2012.
Surely local churches should not endorse candidates, nor sponsor or finance their campaigns. And individual Christians should not become so involved in politics that they neglect other God-given duties. But should Christians refuse all involvement in any issues that surround modern politics and elections?
Consider some of the practices that government officials currently debate, legalize, or even finance with our taxes: abortion, gambling, divorce, pornography, homosexuality, contraceptives for unmarried teens, and "education" that justifies some or all of these. Should Christians, gospel preachers, and even churches speak out about such issues, or should we remain silent? If we do not speak out, how do we fulfill our God-given duty to preach the truth and rebuke error? See Revelation 3:19; Galatians 6:1,2; James 5:19,20; I Thessalonians 5:14; Ephesians 5:11; 2 Timothy 4:2-4.
Does the Bible contain examples of faithful servants of God speaking out when government officials practiced or encouraged moral or religious evils? The following passages show that we may and should do so: Matthew 14:1-4; 2 Samuel 12:1-15; 1 Kings 13:1-9; Acts 24:25. In our society individual citizens have several ways to tell rulers we agree or disagree with their practices. One way we may speak out is by voting for or against the rulers in elections.
Conservative Candidates MississippiMississippi will elect their conservative candidates in the March 13, 2012 Mississippi Primary.
The congressman from Mississippi are being opposed by conservative tea party type candidates.
The apostle Paul often used his rights as a Roman citizen to work for his own protection from evil and to help further the gospel. See Acts 22:24-29; 23:12-33; 25:10-12; 16:35-40; Esth. 7:1-6. Our government gives citizens the right to voice their views about who should govern us. If Paul used his rights to protect himself and help further the gospel, why should we not use the right to vote given us by our government? Can we not thereby help protect ourselves and our families from harm, while also helping maintain our freedom to preach and practice the truth?
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