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'WJ Live': Is John Piper's Anti-Trump Argument Flawed?

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Should the Girl Scouts of America have bowed to the leftist mob over an Amy Coney Barrett tweet? How much will Tony Bobulinski’s testimony affect the 2020 election? Did John Piper miss the mark with his recent anti-Trump article? Will the Republican Party shift its approach if President Trump loses?

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In this episode:

  • 0:40 — Should companies bow to the leftist mob like the Girl Scouts of America did?
  • 12:59 — Will Tony Bobulinski’s testimony affect the 2020 election?
  • 23:23 — How should Christians approach voting?
  • 39:24 — What happens if Donald Trump loses?
  • 46:47 — Spooky Stories from the Biden Campaign

Quotes from this episode:

“The tragedy of cancel culture is that nobody’s actually mad about this stuff. It’s just all fake outrage.” — Joe Setyon 

“The shame thing only works if you’re willing to admit to being shamed. If you’re willing to act like you’re shamed. That’s one of the things I think that the media despises about Trump — is there’s zero chance of his coming out and making a mea culpa.” — Josh Manning 

“The left doesn’t positively stand for things as a general rule. They go negative with it.” — George Upper 

“We don’t know what Joe Biden’s version of the story is because nobody in America’s vast media landscape has pressed him.” — George Upper 

“I don’t think there’s just an opportunity for the church to speak into the political realm. I think it’s absolutely required for the church. The mandate of the church was never intended to be a suicide pact. The church should fight for the rights of its organizations.” — George Upper 

“It seems to me if the church, if members of the church, saw a homeless man being beaten to a pulp, they would have an obligation to try to stop them — I would think so. It’s not clear to me why that is particularly virtuous yet trying to stop that on a large-scale level is somehow not virtuous.” — Josh Manning 

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“[Piper] is clearly creating a hierarchy here where the things the ‘Orange Man’ does are worse than the things that that the left does. That’s an enormous, enormous problem.” — Josh Manning 

“I’m not that scared of Biden’s policies. If we can regain control, we can reverse some of those. I’m worried about never regaining control again.” — Josh Manning 

Relevant sources:

Girl Scouts of America feature the women of the Supreme Court in a 2019 article | Girl Scouts of America

MyPillow CEO destroys cancel culture | The Western Journal

Goya boycott backfires | The Western Journal

Goya CEO stands up against the leftist mob | The Western Journal

Mollie Hemingway’s Twitter | Twitter

John Piper’s article about Christians voting in 2020 | Desiring God

Wayne Grudem’s response to Piper’s article | The Christian Post

Is 2020 a repeat of 2016? | “WJ Live” Episode 13

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Kayla has been a staff writer for The Western Journal since 2018.
Kayla Kunkel began writing for The Western Journal in 2018.
Birthplace
Tennessee
Honors/Awards
Lifetime Member of the Girl Scouts
Location
Arizona
Languages Spoken
English
Topics of Expertise
News, Crime, Lifestyle & Human Interest




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