Persecution Blog: Should President Bush Boycott the Olympics?

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March 31, 2008

Comments

nicole

He can and should boycot the olympics. And then what?? The Us has the power to stop all subhuman treatments in China and other countries any time. It seems that money and politics blind the US Government. But someone already mentioned that God is able to do imeasurably more than we ask or immagine if only we would be persistent in "prayer and fasting". So let us do just that in the meantime.

Debrah

I believe that the U.S. should not participate in the olympics. How can we as Christians and as a free nation ignore the persecution of Christians in China? How can we place the value of hours spent by an athlete to perfect their sport to the value of the lives of those who are persecuted because of their faith in Jesus Christ?

Debrah

I believe that the U.S. should not participate in the olympics. How can we as Christians and as a free nation ignore the persecution of Christians in China? How can we place the value of hours spent by an athlete to perfect their sport to the value of the lives of those who are persecuted because of their faith in Jesus Christ?

proclaimation

how will boycotting the olympics help our brothers and sisters being persecuted? If we do boycott, we need to somehow turn it around for their benefit. only by prayer and fasting.

Brad

I don't think athletes who dedicate thousands of hours to perfect their sport should be used as political pawns. President Bush has flushed the Constitution and turned the USA into a war-mongering police state. They do not have the high moral ground.

If I were an athlete whose country boycotted the Olympics, I would simply represent another country. Loyalty is a 2-way street.

Jorge Orjuela

Of course, I do think that not only should he, but also every Christian and non christian person around the world should boycott these olympics that block the view of the bloodshed and atrocities that go on in China.

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