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  Home About 9-9-9 Plan The Issues Events Newsroom Contact Us Store Donate Herman Cain President 2012 9-9-9 Scoring Tables 9-9-9 Scoring Report 9-9-9 Brochure Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 Plan Vision for Economic Renewal The natural state of our economy is prosperity. Freedom ensures that. In order to return to prosperity, Government must get off our […]

Christianity Today Interviews Ron Paul:  Hot Topics for Church Leaders to Face

In his speech, Paul emphasized personal responsibility, using the example of Jesus’ response to prostitution. “He didn’t call for more laws. But he was very direct and thought that stoning was not the solution to the problem of prostitution,” he told the crowd. “So do laws take care of these things, or do we need a better understanding of our Christian values and our moral principles?” In an interview withChristianity Today following his speech, Paul explained why he doesn’t think the government can create morality. Continue reading

Christianity Today:  Interview with Ron Paul on Hot Topics facing Christians and Moral Values

In his speech, Paul emphasized personal responsibility, using the example of Jesus’ response to prostitution. “He didn’t call for more laws. But he was very direct and thought that stoning was not the solution to the problem of prostitution,” he told the crowd. “So do laws take care of these things, or do we need a better understanding of our Christian values and our moral principles?” In an interview withChristianity Today following his speech, Paul explained why he doesn’t think the government can create morality.

Time Report: Paul Values Voter Summit Transcript

And this is when they came up with the just-war principles, saying, yes, war could be necessary, but only under dire circumstances, and it should be done with great caution. All other efforts should be exhausted before we go to war, and always under the proper authority. And today I think the proper authority is not the U.N. or the NATO forces to take us to war. (Cheers, applause.) Continue reading