Christian theocracy: How Newt Gingrich and the GOP would abolish courts and legislate morality. – Slate Magazine

Christian theocracy: How Newt Gingrich and the GOP would abolish courts and legislate morality. – Slate Magazine.

Rule of Lord

The Republican plan to nullify the courts and establish Christian theocracy.

Is the United States sliding toward theocracy? That’s what Republican presidential candidates have told us for more than a year. Radical Islam, they’ve argued, is on the verge of taking over our country through Sharia law. But this weekend, at an Iowa forum sparsely covered by the press, the candidates made clear that they don’t mind theocracy—in fact, they’d like to impose it—as long as it’s Christian.

You can find video of Saturday’s “Thanksgiving Family Forum” on the Web sites of two organizations that sponsored it: CitizenLink and the Family Leader. Here are highlights of the candidates’ remarks.

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One response to “Christian theocracy: How Newt Gingrich and the GOP would abolish courts and legislate morality. – Slate Magazine

  1. Do you understand the danger of Sharia Law?

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