Where to from Here?


It’s time to move forward. Here’s how. For the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.

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On Friday, I suggested there were lessons to be learned from the election.  Well, my friends at Summit Ministries have released a very helpful reflection that summarizes these lessons. While we can be thankful that the race problem from our nation’s history is less and less a consideration for electing officials, moral problems behind political policies remain.

Namely, these include the endorsement of abortion in the name of women’s rights, the encroachment of religious liberty, hostility toward the natural family, and a saddling of future generations with debt which only adds burdens to the poor.

But remember culture is bigger than politics. One election will never change the course of a nation on its own. So we pray for our leaders and country, we speak winsomely against wrongs, and we live virtuously in the face of decadence.

I reflected on these things with my three guests on BreakPoint This Week. Come to ThePointRadio.org and I’ll link you to the show and Summit’s Rapid Response. I’m John Stonestreet.



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Further Reading

Rapid Response: Summit's Perspective on President Obama's Win
Summit Ministries | November 07, 2012

BP This Week: What's Next for America?
John Stonestreet | BreakPoint | November 09

One Election Cannot Fix What Ails Us
Fr. Robert A Sirico | National Review | November 07, 2012



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