Thursday, July 10, 2014

Interview with Josh Duggar

In the following YouTube video, Josh Duggar, executive director of FRC Action, shares his thoughts on faith, family, and freedom and how these values relate to American politics.



Video Credit: Found Who I Am

14 comments:

  1. "God created government"?? So, the government should not serve citizens who do not believe in God? With all respect, government was created by people, not God. Government should serve all citizens regardless of faith, color, gender, not just those who believe in God.

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  2. Amen!! Thank you so much Josh, for taking your time to do this video! It's my hope and prayer that it will reach millions around the world, and make them stop and think about the way that America is headed. Praise the Lord that you are out there, trying to make a difference in our nation!! My God bless you as you continue to follow Him!!

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  3. It seems like Josh is passionate about his beliefs and his career. I hope that one day he understands that our nation was founded by those who saw the benefits of keeping church and state separate and religion as something that causes endless debating and suffering.

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  4. I respect Josh's convictions. He seems like he is very passionate about his work. :)

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  5. I see people voting based on abortion, but not on legislation that helps poor mothers and children after these babies are born, and I cannot wrap my mind around being pro-life, yet ignoring those who really do need help from the government. Women often become mentally desperate because of what their families, churches, jobs will do after finding out they are pregnant, when in fact we should be making it more loving to offer solutions such as open adoption, and creating an atmosphere of complete love and acceptance. There is still fear and desperation, not birth control, but desperation, that we need to deal with. And marching around with signs is not the way to go.

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  6. I have admiration for Josh. I have a problem with his politics however. Way too narrow a view & does bring this narrow view to the public forum.

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  7. Thank you so much for taking the time to do that Mr. Josh! . Religion and freedom go hand in hand. We need more men who are as passionate!

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  8. Very well spoken! Josh Duggar is going to do big big things with his life and I hope to see his face more in politics!

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  9. @Anonymous
    Yes, God created people and government All in the Bible God had his hand on the Nations the ones who believed in God and obeyed his commands were the one's that succeeded and those who did not failed. He is a loving God that gives us choices but wishes us to follow Him. Good Job Josh.

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  10. Some one said the sign of a genius is to make the complex seem simple. If Josh is a genius or not is not really the point, I just think Josh is doing a good job and his dedication to his position results in a succinct dialogue that makes sense to the listener and gives them some insight to being involved in the 'big government'. Thank-you for making such an important connection.

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  11. Very impressive. I liked the way he shared his point of view without criticizing those who have a different perspective. Perhaps something all of us could consider when we comment....

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  12. I respect Josh view & happy you are sharing it with us. Therefore I am part of the people who truly think politicians so Government should serve all of us, regardless of gender, color & religion. Thanks.

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  13. The comment that our country was founded by people who saw the benefit of keeping church and state separate is not accurate. The founders of the United States included the God of the Bible in their governing. It is politicians who are now claiming to be keeping church and state separate who are imposing anti Christian policies onto people in the name of governing them. The United States desperately needs someone just like Josh Duggar who is willing to oppose the imposition of evil policies on people who would never make those choices and find the state is forcing anti Christianity onto them. The fact is church and state cannot be separated they will always be intermingled in some ways and people need to be willing to defend their individual rights at the state level.

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  14. @Anonymous
    You seem to forget that you live in a country with diverse beliefs, and to impose "Christian Laws" would be unjust as it would not represent the interests of all Americans. The governments job is not to impose religious beliefs, that is not what a true democracy is.

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