We are in the middle of a critically important discussion of immigration policy in America. President Trump has put forward an immigration stance that includes 3 important components. (1) End to Visa lottery program, (2) End to chain migration, and (3) A border wall. Some Christians see these policies in conflict with our biblical mandate to evangelize the world. If we keep potential individuals to be evangelized out of our nation, we prohibit a significant opportunity to fulfill that mandate. How is a strong nationalist approach not in conflict with the mandate to evangelize?
The Bible predicts an end-time world leader called Antichrist, who will bring Israel and Palestinians to sign a peace treaty, establish a global economy, and deceive the masses of the world. Would it be true, knowing that this will ultimately happen, and that most pundits thought Mrs. Clinton (a clear globalist) would win in 2016 (but didn’t), to view Donald Trump as the singular roadblock, in their mind, to the accomplishment of the globalist agenda?
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