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Conservatives increasingly equate their political and social positions with Christian orthodoxy, and denounce those who disagree, deviate or differ as morally spineless, inadequately patriotic and naive. What's your take?
click to enlarge David Smith -  - Downtown -  - Campus Christian ministry -  - What is the relationship between Christianity and - Focus on the Family? Focus on the Family - is based on Judeo-Christian principles. -  - Is it possible to be Christian and politically liberal? - Sure. I think the media  especially the liberal - media  pushes this view that conservatives are also - Christians, and I think a lot of politicians cater to that, - too. But I don't see that reflected in the homes of all that - many Christians. -  - Why does Focus on the Family have such influence? - It offers an oasis of traditional values to people - who see a fractured society, a decentralized family, high - divorce rates and gender confusion. -  - If Jesus were here now, what would he think of - present-day politics? He was asked a lot of political - questions in his time, and it wasn't a big concern with - him. -  - What would be Jesus' focus, were he alive today? - Proclaiming the truth, unity in the church. His - mission was to bring about healing between man and - God.
  • David Smith

    Downtown

    Campus Christian ministry

    What is the relationship between Christianity and Focus on the Family? Focus on the Family is based on Judeo-Christian principles.

    Is it possible to be Christian and politically liberal? Sure. I think the media especially the liberal media pushes this view that conservatives are also Christians, and I think a lot of politicians cater to that, too. But I don't see that reflected in the homes of all that many Christians.

    Why does Focus on the Family have such influence? It offers an oasis of traditional values to people who see a fractured society, a decentralized family, high divorce rates and gender confusion.

    If Jesus were here now, what would he think of present-day politics? He was asked a lot of political questions in his time, and it wasn't a big concern with him.

    What would be Jesus' focus, were he alive today? Proclaiming the truth, unity in the church. His mission was to bring about healing between man and God.

click to enlarge Rachel Connell -  - Downtown -  - Teacher -  - What's the relationship between Christianity and - Focus on the Family? It's a Christian ministry, but - they don't represent all Christians. -  - Is it possible to be liberal and a Christian? I - consider myself a liberal Christian. -  - What are the most important tenets of Christianity? - You have to be a follower of Jesus Christ and live - by his teachings. -  - What would Jesus think of current politics? - He'd see confusion everywhere. Everyone thinks - they're politically correct. -  - What would he care most about? Relationships - with people. He'd strive to see that people are physically - and mentally well.
  • Rachel Connell

    Downtown

    Teacher

    What's the relationship between Christianity and Focus on the Family? It's a Christian ministry, but they don't represent all Christians.

    Is it possible to be liberal and a Christian? I consider myself a liberal Christian.

    What are the most important tenets of Christianity? You have to be a follower of Jesus Christ and live by his teachings.

    What would Jesus think of current politics? He'd see confusion everywhere. Everyone thinks they're politically correct.

    What would he care most about? Relationships with people. He'd strive to see that people are physically and mentally well.

click to enlarge Holly Pellot -  - West Meadows -  - U.S. Army -  - What's the relationship between Christianity and - Focus on the Family? What's Focus on the Family? -  - Can you be liberal and a Christian? You can - have a liberal opinion about issues like the war or - immigration, and still follow Christian rituals and have - Christ's values. -  - What are the key tenets of Christianity? Faith, - morality, believing in God. -  - What would Jesus focus on in today's world? - On how Hurricane Katrina victims aren't getting the - help they need, on how people in Third World countries - are victims of genocide.
  • Holly Pellot

    West Meadows

    U.S. Army

    What's the relationship between Christianity and Focus on the Family? What's Focus on the Family?

    Can you be liberal and a Christian? You can have a liberal opinion about issues like the war or immigration, and still follow Christian rituals and have Christ's values.

    What are the key tenets of Christianity? Faith, morality, believing in God.

    What would Jesus focus on in today's world? On how Hurricane Katrina victims aren't getting the help they need, on how people in Third World countries are victims of genocide.

click to enlarge Michael Kidd -  - Divide -  - Retired carpenter -  - What's the link between Christianity and Focus on - the Family? Both are religious. -  - Can a Christian be liberal? Why wouldn't a - Christian have his own political beliefs? -  - What are the key tenets of Christianity? To be - truthful, honest, and caring about everything around - you. -  - What would Jesus think of present-day politics? - He'd be appalled by all the corruption. -  - What would he most focus on? Family. Helping - one another. Being truthful.
  • Michael Kidd

    Divide

    Retired carpenter

    What's the link between Christianity and Focus on the Family? Both are religious.

    Can a Christian be liberal? Why wouldn't a Christian have his own political beliefs?

    What are the key tenets of Christianity? To be truthful, honest, and caring about everything around you.

    What would Jesus think of present-day politics? He'd be appalled by all the corruption.

    What would he most focus on? Family. Helping one another. Being truthful.

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