Why I will not vote for Nikki Haley
Take note that I am not telling others whom they should vote for, but I will share my convictions here.
I will not vote for Nikki Haley. The world wrongfully proclaims that men and women are equal, but that is an incorrect teaching. Albeit men and women are equally created in the image of God, women are not created to be equal with men. When a woman says she is equal to a man, she is asserting feminism. Even worldly dictionaries confirm that.
Feminism. Noun the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of sexual equality.
—DERIVATIVES feminist noun & adjectiveCatherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson, eds., Concise Oxford English Dictionary (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).
—ORIGIN 19th century: from French féminisme.
Women leading over men is a perversion of God’s order of creation while manifesting the curse of feminism, & the inevitable judgment of God. Gender confusion and gender role confusion belong out in the world, not among the Lord’s people. Feminists have a bisexual anthropology, a liberal sociology, and a low view of Theology (Gen 1&2; 2:19-23; 3:16, Ish 3:12, 1 Cor 11:3, 1 Tim. 2:11-15; 3:1-13).
Though men are not better than women, we are very different. Including but not limited to, women are different in anthropology, biology, genetics, neurobiology, sexually, and sociologically. But more importantly, we are different Theologically.
Similar to Representatives Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene, Nikki Haley is already loudly attempting to ‘rule over’ already existing male presidential candidates, with her “let the best woman win” rhetoric (Gen 3:16).
The Scriptures strictly forbid women to demonstrate authority over men or occupy a pulpit (1 Tim. 2:11-15), and so they should not occupy the Presidency as the leader (or co-leader) of the free world, or any office.
I get it. The aforementioned women are far better than any Democrat, and if they are God’s elect, they are my adopted sisters in the Lord, but I cannot in good conscience vote feminism and judgment into office, though we deserve judgment (Ish 3:12).
A Biblical Christian worldview is an anomaly to lost worldlings, as it should be. And I could write much more about this, but in the interest of time, and better things to do; I will stop here.
Last year while visiting a Church (once) it was clear that there was gender confusion present. Though she did not preach or teach, a woman manned (pun intended) their pulpit to call the church to order, call the order of service, lead worship, and then close their service.
Though I said nothing at the church. I put my foot in my mouth at the next church I visited. A fellow asked me what churches I have visited. When I shared the aforementioned experience with him, he replied, “That’s my mother.” That’s when I realized how small our town really is.
The pulpit is not an ornament or a mere piece of furniture. The pulpit exhibits and demonstrates a theological authority (Neh. 8:4). And that authority and pulpit are exclusively reserved for men only (1 Tim. 2:12). Though it is not politically correct to say this, it is Biblically correct.
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