No earthly leader gets the ‘authority to do whatever.’
Much of the world has responded with “fire and fury” to President Donald Trump’s message to North Korea that continued threats will “be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen”—an unmistakable allusion to using nuclear weapons. Given the gravity of this remark, it seems appropriate for onlookers to be unnerved by America’s apparent stance.
Still, not everyone was troubled by it, with some evangelical Christians actually cheering the President on (more on that in a bit). So we have to acknowledge that Christians are divided on nuclear weapons. Read More
Donald Trump's nuclear fixation - from the 1980s to now
Trump’s Fledgling Presidency Has Already Collapsed
History is full of examples of how politicians have embroiled their nation in a war in order to improve their political standing and to divert public attention from their failings.