Scriptural Policy: The Struggle Between Good And Evil

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People are flawed. This is not new information. Ever since Eve took a bite of the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, sin has constantly tainted every part of humanity. Violence, wars, bloodshed, and death are all side-effects of the sin-curse. When looking at foreign policy matters in the Middle East, many fail to remember the fallen state of humanity. Still peering through the rose-colored glasses, so many United States citizens continue to hope for “world peace.” Scripture says “and ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.” There will never be world peace until Christ returns. As such, opponents of America’s Pro-Israel stance should bear the terrible travesties of sin in mind before completely rejecting the current, Scriptural policy. America’s current policy on Israel is entirely Scriptural. Genesis 12:2-3 says…show more content…
With anti-American sentiment, nuclear weapons, and weak governmental leadership continuing to permeate the Middle East, America must keep a tight watch to ensure no more American lives are lost to terrorists within our own borders. The United States must seek to protect their own against Middle Eastern threats of war and bloodshed while trying to find some kind of peace within the chaos. After all, we need at least an uneasy peace with the Middle East since so much of our oil comes from them. This begs a question – Is Middle Eastern contempt of Israel’s American support being reflected in our oil prices? Naturally, there is no way to confirm any answer to such a question. Still, it does seem a bit ironic that the more support we provide Israel the higher our gas prices seem to go. But, being scripturally correct in our stance, America must persevere. Standing for what is right in God’s eyes is always more important than our
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