A Politically Inactive Church Allows Evil To Flourish

Written by Wes Walker on October 17, 2019

Fire up the BBQ, we’ve still got sacred cows to roast.

Last week, we started our list of reasons that Pastors who Punt on Political issues aid and abet evil. (Scroll down for link)

This week, we round out the list of reasons that pusillanimous pastors so often have nothing to say about politically-charged ‘third rail’ topics like culture and politics.

It’s a list that Warriors and Wildmen will love, but one that will have gutless, nutless, too-pious to weigh in on politics and culture ‘Christian leaders’ running for their mamas.

If you really want to kick a hornet’s nest, play this at your next Bible study… or better yet, send it to your pastor. If he melts down over it, it’s a pretty good sign you may be in the wrong church.

If he’s on board with this list, or takes it as a well-intentioned corrective kick in the ass, you’re probably in pretty good shape.


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Here’s part one of this list:
Pastors Who Punt On Political Issues Aid And Abet Evil

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