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JESUS RODE A DONKEY - Dr. Linda Seger "Why I'm A Christian & A Democrat"

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Award-winning author Linda Seger explores what it means to be a Christian & Democrat during the 2016 election. She asks the thought-provoking question: “How Do You Judge a Christian Candidate?” Linda poses provocative questions like:

IF JESUS WERE ALIVE TODAY, WOULD HE: Feed the poor – or give tax breaks to the super rich? Comfort the old and infirm – or cut Social Security? Make war – or make peace? Linda reveals the close relationship between Democratic policy & Jesus’ teachings. Linda's book states the idea that real Christians vote strictly Republican crumbles when one studies the platforms of both parties. Jesus Rode a Donkey reminds the reader that Jesus and the prophets had a radical, progressive message that calls individuals and nations to feed the hungry, help the poor, heal the sick, care for the earth, free the oppressed, & love our enemies.

LINDA SEGER, Th.D., is uniquely qualified to write this book – a theologian, author & speaker with degrees in English, Drama and Theology. She comes from a long line of Lutherans who were theologians, ministers & missionaries. Linda is also a renowned screenwriting consultant, & has penned "Making A Good Script Great," one of the classics in the field.

For more info, visit: http://segeronspirituality.com/jesus-rode-a-donkey/


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