As a Christian, is the collateral damage caused by welfare more irresponsible than that caused by warfare? ?

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mimo
Asked at 2012-09-18 15:10:02
all I can say is bad for welfare, you could say the war. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Both cases money can be misappropriated. MedlinePlus Both could keep the recipient of such aid dependent
Both may be in whole or in part to keep certain people in power MedlinePlus Unintended recipients (or collateral damage)-an illegitimate person receives food stamps, or innocent bystander was bombarded for MedlinePlus Both can be overly bureaucratic. MedlinePlus Nor are efficient. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have to make an exception now where they differ. One is clearly ordained by Christ, the other is not. Look at it this way, and be totally honest. Imagine yourself in a debate with the Bible as the answer key and there are all sorts of issues. If you lose the debate is lost everything he owns. Now it is you and another guy and here are the two remaining issues. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1. Defend the Bible that we must give to the poor. MedlinePlus 2. Defend Biblically, the use of lethal force in defense of life MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Now you know that these are the remaining items. You reach in and take issue # 1. Are you relieved or would have chosen # 2? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So how have we allowed conservatives twist the word of God? Redistribution of wealth sound so bad when, in fact, Christ commands it. Now, we say "While I agree that we should give, but should not be forced and simply do not trust the government in the form of giving" Once again, all the negative aspects of well-being that could be said can be said of the war. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus How can we, as Christians, be more concerned about someone getting a loaf of bread that does not deserve it, then we are being bombarded someone who does not deserve it. What collateral damage is worse? The answer can not be because one head is larger, since in both cases the life is at stake. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Now, what is even more amazing. Could you imagine the horror that was to choose the subject and said that "biblically defend the idea of ​​using deadly force in defense of property ...... or" way of life "." I mean it gets so unbiblical. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus You can argue (perhaps successfully, perhaps not) that we are allowed to use lethal force in defense of life, but never commands us to use lethal force in defense of property. MedlinePlus We are, however, the order to give to the poor. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Complain Patrick Henry "Give me liberty or give me death," but the apostle Paul would use his incarceration to share life with others, giving thanks to God for his perspective situation.That is a saint! Can we imagine Paul saying a temporary thing as "give me liberty or give me death"? A little hard to fulfill the great commission when you are willing to negotiate their lives for freedom, land, or a way of life. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus
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