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In the Light of Scripture

Author Artie Gross
Narrator Josh Kilbourne
Runtime 5.4 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Tate Publishing
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Release Date April 20, 2010
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What is possibly the one thing that Christians can do that would have a positive impact on our country today? They can stop voting for liberals. In The Light Of Scripture: Why Christians Shouldn't Vote For Liberals takes an in-depth look at why casting a vote for a liberal politician is harmful to our society.

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What is possibly the one thing that Christians can do that would have a positive impact on our country today? They can stop voting for liberals. In The Light Of Scripture: Why Christians Shouldn't Vote For Liberals takes an in-depth look at why casting a vote for a liberal politician is harmful to our society.



Exciting new author Artie Gross takes a look at how Christians are influenced when making their voting decisions and offers insight into how those decisions should be made. Liberal ideas are contrasted with biblical viewpoints on issues such as abortion, marriage, war, and Israel. The importance of not allowing liberals to control the Supreme Court and our schools is brought about with information that will make you stop and think about the direction our is country going.



This book takes an unapologetic look at the vast differences between Christianity and liberalism. In no-holds-barred fashion, Artie brings out facts that every Christian should consider regarding the Bible versus liberal policies and explains the consequences of liberal politicians being allowed to make decisions at the local, state, or federal level. Whether you are a Christian or not, this book is a must read if you have any concern for the future of this country. In The Light Of Scripture: Why Christians Shouldn't Vote For Liberals is a dynamic insight into the liberal mindset that every American must be willing to confront.



Artie Gross has been employed by the Michigan Department of Corrections for ten years. He earned bachelor degrees in history and psychology from Morehead State University in 1994. He has been involved in local politics and has several ministry duties at Bethany Assembly of God in Adrian, MI. Artie lives in Adrian with his wife, Danielle, and their two sons, Luke and Dale.