What questions does the free-market view face?
Here are the normal objections:
• What will happen to the kids who can’t afford school?
• What about all the poor and aged? How will they survive?
• Isn’t your version of a society rather harsh to the needy? How can we let them suffer?
I want to share the workflow I created for myself. If you’re a writer, you may find this helpful, especially if you’re building a “hearing with others” via an online platform.
[You might start by reading Platform-Building Pt. 1: Leaders Should Be Writers]
My weekly writing, reading, and platform-building activities are numerous.
It’s difficult to track them and to see how they fit together. If you’ve ever found yourself researching “twitter marketing” only to realize that you are late on posting your blog, you will sympathize.
I realized I was having a hard time seeing the big picture. My computer desktop was messy and I didn’t have a great concept of how all my “really important things” were fitting together.
So I listed out everything I do. I called it my “workflow.”
Dear Christian brother and sister, We grow as leaders as we set our hearts on the character of God.
If you’re like me, you often ask…
-Are there reasons for what God does? Can I trust him?
-How can I see God’s goodness more?
-Are my motives right? How can I improve them?
-How can I better serve God and grow the church?
Conservatives find the choice appalling:
Or Donald Trump, her donor?
Both are monstrously immoral. Both are pathological liars. Both embrace ideas inimical to the American Constitution and to Christianity. Both demonstrate gross incompetence matched only by their naked lust for power and their willingness to slander every enemy in their path.
As Max Lucado lamented: Decency for President!
That is not to be.
Conservatives face a dilemma: vote for Trump, or wait for another option (a write-in, a convention shake-up, or even a Libertarian, if that party can put forward a pro-life candidate).
These desperate options all have this in common: None is likely to change the outcome. As far as can be predicted, it seems the outcome must either be Hillary or Donald. In the face of this horrible choice, shouldn’t we at least be willing to hold our noses and vote for the candidate that seems the least threatening to Western Civilization?