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Why Didn't Tasha Cobbs Show Up For The Woman of Gospel Event In Toronto Canada Last Night? Was It About The Money?

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Reader, there are two sides to every story. People have heard one side and have become the judge, the jury, and the executioner. You cannot come to a conclusion just based off of one party allegedly telling the truth-that is nonsense. 


Anyhow rumors are being put forth on social media that Tasha Cobb refused to perform last night in Canada, because the venue hosting the event didn't have all her money.   What is in the dark, always comes to light. 



Do You Agree? MSNBC's Chris Matthews Suggests Christians Have No Place In Politics!

 
 
 

I agree! No truer statement has ever been spoken. In my humble opinion we should not govern based on only christian principles.

On last Tuesday, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews rattle a few cages when he suggested that Christians, specifically conservative evangelical Christians, have no place in the American political system. Source:

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  1. I agree with Matthew...The one thing the church fails to recognize is that politics is a public office. You have to look out for the welfare of everyone not just church folks. You cannot make laws that favor the church and strips other people of their rights.

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    1. They always talk about Church and State being separate, but we have some many religion-based laws.

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    2. I THINK CHRIS MATTHEWS MIGHT BE ON TO SOMETHING!!!!

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  2. NO overly religious people should have a place in politics. if you want to follow your religion for your day to day life, fine, but don't bring it into the political arena.

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    1. Anonymous that's a good point. And plus we know most if not all of the politicians lie. They lie to get elected, to hide corruption, when they are caught doing something they shouldn't etc...etc.. I'm talking from local to federal. With that said, Christians can use their voices and votes to influence legislation to maintain a godly moral balance.

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  3. I agree, everyone has a place in politics, but no one should ever hold the political system hostage to a system or mode of beliefs that goes against the Constitution (seperation of church and state). You can still vote and act guided by your morals, but the government must never be held hostage to a faith movement.

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  4. I part company with Matthews' take on this subject while at the same time agreeing that it's just as wrong for conservative Christians to write their theology into the nation's secular laws as it would be for radical Muslims to insert sharia law.

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  5. Sorry, Chris. This is one time I have to say, NO WAY! Why shouldn't they have their say? Would you say the same thing about Jewish faith? Especially those who are Hasidic Jews. Of course there are those who are agnostic or atheists. Where do they stand in government? Should they be able to run for office? Where do you draw the line?

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  6. Ugh, wrong Chris.

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