Some have even called communism a Christian heresy because of its emphasis on equality, sharing, justice, and racial harmony. Communism speaks of a “New Socialist Man”; Christianity speaks of a born-again person. A primary difference between the two, however, lies in their use of power. Communism tends to enforce its beliefs from the top down, at the point of a gun. Jesus described a movement that grows from the bottom up, with changes taking place internally rather than externally. Whenever his followers have strayed from that principle they’ve duplicated the errors of the Marxists. – Philip Yancey; What Good is God?
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I am a lifetime Entrepreneur. I started my first business at the age of 10. I currently provide other entrepreneurs with the tools to realize their vision. My passion for Human Rights has led me to an ongoing study of Politics, Philosophy and Economics and ultimately back to the ancient Scriptures. I am Socially Progressive yet Fiscally Conservative. I follow Jesus as an Anabaptist Pacifist but I am far from passive. View all posts by laurensheil