NO Separation between Religion & Politics - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Esther
    • 17.12.09 | 05:27 (IST)

    There should be no difference between religion & politics.... if God of Israel is on the throne. It is a lifestyle...for ALL politicians especially... to set Godly leadership examples for the nation....Godly laws...Godly government decision-making at all levels...from social programmes to how they handle their private lives... God-Yeshua HaMessiah wants Israel to show the world ...how to walk & talk with God. Just ask the question to...Jesus Christ-Yeshua (God in the flesh) What would HE do in this situation? Then...you have Father God's answer...

    from the article: Save Hanukkah: Keep religion out of politics
    First published 18:53 16.12.09 | Last updated 18:57 16.12.09
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