How To Defeat Radical Islam 5 Quotes on Judeo-Christian Principles

“No matter how great the work, how mighty the undertaking; no matter how many difficulties had to be encountered, when they were sent from God they were sure to succeed.” “No man who has ever been sent by God to do His work has ever failed.” Tony Perkins quoting D.L. Moody “We cannot defeat radical Islam with politics or with military but with radical Christianity.” “If Christians live out what they believe then the world will take notice.”

“To reclaim the culture for Christ and Judeo-Christian principles our country was founded upon, the revival has to begin in the churches across America, it will reach across denominations, racial and economic lines, and will be built on shared values of family and freedom.” ~Tony Perkins Tony Perkins (boomer 1963) is President of the Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council. He is a former member of the Louisiana legislature where he served for eight years, and he is recognized as a legislative pioneer for authoring measures like the nation’s first Covenant Marriage law. Although he had no opposition for re-election, he kept his pledge to serve only two terms and left office at the completion of his term in 2004. Since joining FRC in the fall of 2003 he has launched new initiatives to affirm and defend the Judeo-Christian values that this nation is founded upon. Tony Perkins and FRC have led the way in defending religious freedom in the public square, protecting the unborn and their mothers, defending and strengthening one man/one woman marriage and promoting pro-family public policy. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and a former police officer and television news reporter, Tony brings a unique blend of experience and leadership to the pro-family

movement. He received his undergraduate degree from Liberty University and a Master’s Degree from Louisiana State University in Public Administration. Click here to view the Tony Perkins video. He speaks from the Jefferson Memorial and how Jefferson was a huge believer in the importance of the bible and religion and Christianity in forming a just and moral society. Did you know he attended Sunday church services in the U.S. Capitol while president?

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