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If we didn’t get a clue from her support for abortion or her opposition to religious freedom, there’s this tidbit: Warren, we learn, was raised a Methodist but “doesn’t have a home church she regularly attends.”

The reporter is apparently so unversed in religion that she never even thought to address which denomination Elizabeth Warren currently identifies with new york stock exchange futures. If the answer is “none,” it begs a question: How many religious people neither have a church nor subscribe to a particular set of religious doctrines?

Warren makes unpublicized visits to certain black Baptist churches in Boston, the story says. Maybe she’s there to worship usd to myr conversion. We don’t pronounce. (“Judge not let ye be judged,” Matthew 7:1.) But isn’t it plausible that those are political stops? The kind of visits that would be helpful in a friendly profile from a left-wing publication seeking to make her palatable to certain Midwest swing voters?


Warren, to her credit, apparently did not actively participate in this charade. (She “declined to be interviewed for this story,” the Globe reported – but doggedly proceeded anyway.)

Where did this story come from? Let’s take the charitable view (“If someone strikes you on one cheek, turn the other also,” Luke 6:29) and presume that it wasn’t cooked up by a Democratic political consultant in connection with allies at the Globe. Let’s assume that the origin of the story is legit.

If that’s the case, the story (“Religion Is Constant Part of Elizabeth Warren’s Life”) apparently came to the reporter’s mind when she attended (or, more likely, watched online) an appearance Warren made at a Baptist church in Atlanta in late August sponsored by The King Center (named after Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.).

It was a political stop, through and through aud usd live chart. Warren was interviewed about political matters by Reverend Bernice King, the daughter of the late civil rights leader, and then took a few phony questions from members of the audience.

Warren is familiar with Jesus’ parable in Matthew 25:31-46 of the sheep and the goats (“That which you did to the least of my brethren you did unto me”) – so familiar, the story tells us, she apparently quotes it at every church she speaks at. You might even say that it’s part of one of her stump speeches.

“And the way I hear that is that, he’s saying to us first, there’s God in every one of us. There’s Jesus in every one of us eur usd rate history. However you see it in your religion, but that inside there’s something holy, in every single person binary file. And the second thing he’s saying, is: ‘And I call on you to act, not to sit back and proclaim your faith, but to get up and to make a difference.’ And the third thing I hear him saying, is: ‘And it is every one of you. When the final day comes, that every one of you will be judged by what you did for the God in others’.”

King, who is a preacher and pro-life, took the bait and asked Warren about another Scriptural passage, one that King said she was having a tough time with: “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” (Matthew 5:43-44).

King told stories about people who attacked her father physically, whom he refused to hate and instead showed concern for kurs usd rupiah. Then she likened that time long ago to the toxic atmosphere we find in our country nowadays.

“That’s a holy hush,” King said, to laughter. “… ‘Cause that’s what we’re being called to, I believe, in the midst of all of this. And it’s a tough Scripture.”

“It’s a tough Scripture world stock market futures. But notice, it’s not a Scripture about being passive. It’s not a Scripture that says ‘lay back and just let hate roll on through.’ It’s not that. It’s a Scripture that says do good usd inr exchange rate history. It’s a Scripture that says act australia to us exchange rate. It is a Scripture that says make your love strong. It is a Scripture that says to me, ‘Raise your voice. Make sure you are heard.’ That’s how I hear that Scripture gold price today kitco. Not in anger. Not in anger. But make your voice heard in strength for what is right and what is holy. … Not in anger. … But in determination.”

Now: It’s possibly the hardest of all of Jesus’ teachings. The murderer of your hopes and dreams and loved ones is supposed to get not only your forgiveness but also your prayers and your love.

We don’t judge Senator Warren or others on their ability to live up to this standard. (“For the measure with which you measure will be measured out to you,” Luke 6:38.) The point of these observations isn’t to evaluate her soul (which we leave to a Higher Authority), but to evaluate the accuracy of the information we’re being given about her.


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