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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Response to other letter

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Editor's Note: The following is reprinted with permission for Carolyn Dix. The letter was originally printed in the New American Magazine, July 23, 2012.

Submitted by

Cameron J. Badgley

A Call To Arms

"Onward Christian soldiers, marching as to war." Which war? It is the war on personal freedom and religious rights. The only way to win this war is to conquer apathy.'

Seventy-five percent of American citizens who attend church do not vote. That's 21 million people! Fifty percent of America's Christians are registered to vote. That means that 50 percent are not!

Did you know that in the last six presidential races, each newly elected president won by a margin of 10 million votes?

So, if our missing 21 million would show up at the polls, send in absentee ballots, and vote early, we could win this war on apathy and claim America back for her good and ours.

What can we do? Glad you asked. We must influence our brothers and sisters in Christ to vote, set up registration tables in our churches, write letters to the editors in our local and national papers, and spread the word.

Christians, wake up and stand up for America! Encourage others to do what's right in God's sight and ours. She desperately needs you now!

Response

Our founding fathers wrote the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights in order to protect us from the type of administration we have today. We, as in, "We the People," had better take back our constitutional Republic before it's too late. We have very little time left before all our liberties are stripped away from us. What we are seeing now is only the tip of a gigantic iceberg.

The last 50 years have been spent stripping God from our culture. Although it has been a subtle process, it has nevertheless been very successful. Removing God from our country has left a huge void which has been filled with entities that are here to destroy.

Carolyn Dix,

Brazil