There is no doubt that the arrival of President Donald Trump in power in the United States of America has opened several doors to unusual controversies nationally and internationally. The world's international political atmosphere seems to strongly disagree with the President Trump's political leadership. And in the US, the public climate appears agitating and full of hostile criticisms against the President. That may push us to argue that he is the most criticized president in the world today if not unwanted! This reality may lead many to think that there is nothing godly that is happening in the White House since President Trump took power while he publicly declares to be a Christian, and many people believe he is God-given or prophesied president and restaurateur of godly or Christian values in the US. Today's US immigration policies are an eloquent example of what can create confusion for those who may doubt whether God chose President Trump. Clear input about that is given in this book. If we want to change the king's mind, we need to earnestly talk to God, the Sovereign and Most High, but not to gods. And by doing that, we should bear in mind that God's will should be done, not our egoistic and sometimes uninformed wills (Matthew 6:10). God owns everything; he possesses all the kingdoms (the States) of the world and can give their leadership to whoever he wishes (Daniel 4:7). Would we blame political leaders that they are not doing what pleases us when we claim to have a divine connection that works? Is what pleasing to us right to the eyes of the God we worship? Are we able to tell with exactitude the kingdom (or region) where our fore-parents were living one thousand years ago or predict with exactitude where our descendants will be living after ten centuries in the future? Is it right to complain about President Trump rather than praying earnest for him to do the will of God during his days in the White House? Should Americans be super-happy wit
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This book will help me to understand who Donald Trump is, what he really believes, where his vision for America will lead us, and where God is in all of this.
The topic of immigration is at the center of contemporary politics and, from a scholarly perspective, existing studies have documented that attitudes towards immigration have brought about changes in both partisanship and voting behavior. However, many scholars have missed or misconstrued the role of religion in this transformation, particularly evangelical Protestant Christianity. This book examines the historical and contemporary relationships between religion and immigration politics, with a particularly in-depth analysis of the fault lines within evangelicalism—divisions not only between whites and non-whites, but also the increasingly consequential disconnect between elites and laity within white evangelicalism. The book’s empirical analysis relies on original interviews with Christian leaders, data from original church surveys conducted by the authors, and secondary analysis of several national public opinion surveys. It concludes with suggestions for bridging the elite/laity and racial divides. Ruth M. Melkonian-Hoover: (Ph.D., Emory University) is Chair and Professor of Political Science at Gordon College, Massachusetts. She has contributed chapters to Faith in a Pluralist Age (2018) and Is the Good Book Good Enough? (2011). She has published in a wide range of journals including Social Science Quarterly, The Review of Faith & International Affairs, Latin American Perspectives, Political Research Quarterly, Comment, and Capital Commentary. Lyman A. Kellstedt: (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is Professor of Political Science (emeritus) at Wheaton College, Illinois. He has authored or coauthored numerous articles, book chapters, and books in religion and politics, including Religion and the Culture Wars (1996), The Bully Pulpit (1997), and The Oxford Handbook of Religion and American Politics (2009).
In the wake of the 2016 election, Lyz Lenz watched as her country and her marriage were torn apart by the competing forces of faith and politics. A mother of two, a Christian, and a lifelong resident of middle America, Lenz was bewildered by the pain and loss around her—the empty churches and the broken hearts. What was happening to faith in the heartland? From drugstores in Sydney, Iowa, to skeet shooting in rural Illinois, to the mega churches of Minneapolis, Lenz set out to discover the changing forces of faith and tradition in God's country. Part journalism, part memoir, God Land is a journey into the heart of a deeply divided America. Lenz visits places of worship across the heartland and speaks to the everyday people who often struggle to keep their churches afloat and to cope in a land of instability. Through a thoughtful interrogation of the effects of faith and religion on our lives, our relationships, and our country, God Land investigates whether our divides can ever be bridged and if America can ever come together.
This book will cut through the media noise and reveal what the media won't cover while objectively helping you understand what our nation's most unlikely and unconventional president has accomplished.
David McClurry presents his latest invention, a type of radio-frequency identification (RFID) device, before the department of commerce in June of 2035. Though very interested by the potential applications of this new hardware in an effort to improve the American economy, the department decides to pass on Davids project. Their decision prompts him to try his luck in politics and launch the Americou Political Party three years later. Notwithstanding the lack of campaign and advertisement funds, McClurry runs for president in the fall of 2038. His political party is in limbo after an unexpected arrest and is beaten by John Morey of the Democratic Party. David is sentenced to ten years in federal prison for having avenged the murder of a friend. As Morey comes across Davids project the following summer, he sets him free from prison temporarily and asks him to run The Chip, hopefully improving the economy. Aware of Moreys scheme and unable to fully carry out the Democrats plan, David McClurry becomes the new dictator of the United States and the new leader of an unprecedented postcapitalist world.
From the best-selling author of God and Donald Trump, which was brandished by the president at the World Economic Forum in Davos What's at stake in this election? EVERYTHING. In 2016 God raised up Donald Trump to lead America at a pivotal time. Evangelicals who recognized this backed him more than any other presidential candidate in history. Heading into 2020, the stakes in his reelection are even higher. This election, nine months after this book releases, is a new fight for the soul of America. Stephen E. Strang makes the case that God wants America to be great because God has raised up America--beginning with our Founding Fathers--to be a beacon of light and hope for the world. We've been the nation with religious liberty that has supported those who have spread the gospel around the world. In this book Strang looks at the election, Trump, and America from a spiritual perspective and helps Christians (and others) see God's hand at work. This book is as much about God and His purposes as about Donald Trump. But it is also an articulate, impassioned apologetic about why all Christians must support this imperfect president, because he has God's blessing and because the destiny of America is riding on his reelection. This book also explores why he might lose, if his base is overconfident and doesn't vote or if his opponents are dishonest enough to steal the election. God, Trump, and the 2020 Election is an inside look at how the political climate is affected by spiritual warfare--an important subject for Bible-believing Christians. The satanic schemes are so brazen on key issues that the book was written to explain what's at stake. Strang believes that the intersection of faith and politics needs to be part of the national discussion about the division in our country. Other Books By Stephen E. Strang: God and Donald Trump (2017) ISBN-13: 978-1629994864 Trump Aftershock (2018) ISBN-13: 978-1629995557
On 11/8/2016, Donald J. Trump was elected President of the United States. In pro-Americanism circles, prayers were answered. However, Trump's election sent shock waves throughout the Obama/Clinton sector of the Electorate. The Democrat Proles are unwilling to accept a self-evident truth: Their Big Brother, Orwellian style of governance was rejected by Americans who are "fed up" with seeing the US Constitution, its defenders and enforcers disrespected... and their nation dismantled.With the precision of a surgeon, Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough connects evidentiary dots that characterize the political "swamp" a President Trump is faced with "draining". He reveals how the once-conservative Democrat Party was hijacked by Marxists, Islamists, radicals, and globalists. How "Progressive" activists assumed positions of influence within the US Government, educational system, and United Nations. He connects how "In God We Trust" Americans naively relinquished rights and free speech. How a "Silent Majority" tolerated abuse of powers, and allowed former "Hippie", tenured radicals to drive policy and curricula in academic institutions. How, in Manchurian fashion, young Proles are taught to disrespect The Pledge of Allegiance, The American Flag, and take to the streets, on command-in protest.The doctor profiles Barack Obama, psychologically and ideologically, and provides insight as to why Obama refused to call radical Islamic terrorism what it is; or enforce immigration laws. He clarifies why Hillary Clinton's disrespect for the law matters. Fact-seeking minorities and free-thinking Progressives, who read Dr. McCollough's sequel to Orwell's 1984, will awaken to an inconvenient truth: Their trust in Big Brother governance has been misplaced. They, too, have been deceived by a "Big Lie".About the post-election relevance of his book, McCollough said, "If America is to be restored to greatness, the individuals and ideologies that brought about the Orwellian State of America must be exposed. Only then, will Obama's and Clinton's America be relegated to the graveyards of history... never to be resurrected."
In this essential exploration of the American heartland, Kayleigh McEnany presents an eye-opening collection of interviews and stories about the powerful grassroots populist movement of frustrated Americans left behind by the government that changed the landscape of political campaigns forever Kayleigh McEnany spent months traveling throughout the United States, conducting interviews with citizens whose powerful and moving stories were forgotten or intentionally ignored by our leaders. Through candid, one-on-one conversations, they discussed their deeply personal stories and the issues that are most important to them, such as illegal immigration, safety from terrorist attacks, and religious freedom. The New American Revolution chronicles both the losses of these grassroots voters, as well as their ultimate victory in November 2016. Kayleigh also includes interviews with key figures within President Trump’s administration—including Ivanka Trump, Secretary Ben Carson, Jared Kushner, and many more—and their experiences on the road leading up to President Trump’s historic win. Kayleigh’s journey takes her from a family cabin in Ohio to the empty factories in Flint, Michigan, from sunny Florida to a Texas BBQ joint—and, of course, ends up at the White House. The collective grievance of the American electorate reveals a deep divide between leaders and citizens. During a time of stark political division, Kayleigh discovers a personal unity and common thread of humanity that binds us nevertheless. Through faith in God and unimaginable strength, these forgotten men and women have overcome, even when their leaders turned their heads. An insightful book about the triumph of this powerful movement, The New American Revolution is a potent testament to the importance of their message.