Comment: Again, it's not either or...

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Again, it's not either or...

The neighbor at our block's fireworks display, sitting on the curb and talking about Liberty was important in my life. I'm just asking that you not dismiss the importance of these personal interactions that can go on, outside the context of GOP involvement. I am not saying GOP involvement is therefore not important.

And when it comes to us making free-will choices and God working through those choices to work change, again I would say it is both, not either-or. He even uses our wrong choices to steer things toward good. (Example: Joseph's and his brothers actions and choices were then used by God to bring their family out of the famine into the plenty of Egypt. Gen 50:20: 'You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.' Intricate dance between our free-will choices and God's.). But that's a whole theological rabbit trail, eh? :)