Yep... he may indeed win. However I won't be the one scraping my bumper sticker off when he proves to be a dangerous disappointment.
 March 7, 2016 at 2:32pm
I worked for a converted muslim for almost a decade. We talked about faith often and long. I asked him one day if islam believed in forgiveness from God. He looked at me and said “No.” “I don’t believe I have any reason to ask for forgiveness”. Those who find no need to ask for forgiveness are many things, among them they are NOT people of the Book. Trump does not believe he has ever been in need of forgiveness.
 March 7, 2016 at 12:51pm
I believe the pastor was referring to Trump respecting others….which he clearly does not!
Pastor in the middle of HUNTING COUNTRY where we always have an eye out for FERAL KILLERS and TROPHY HUNTERS (Megyn Kelly, for instance) isn't showing any respect - IGNORED the NASTY CRACKS for KELLY for MONTHS before TRUMP'S FIRST negative comment about HER. AND THEN CAST LYING ASPERSIONS to Trump's comments WITHOUT EVEN TAKING NOT of ANY of Kelly's nasty cracks.
No, the "Pastor" sure was IGNORING the ugly troll in his own mirror.
 March 7, 2016 at 12:49pm
We are not a democracy. We are a representative republic. Most votes does not win. The most delegates wins….and that is only on the first ballot at the convention. If a candidate does not the necessary number of votes then all the delegates are free to cast “their” votes upon whoever they like…..
And yes, it is important to rate one’s “religious” beliefs and comments. Point: BHO. And yes, Trump is not a practicing Christian if one at all. His baseness and hate rhetoric, and lies are pretty good indication of that. Trump is standing loud and tall making sorts of proclamations which suspends truth.
Ok you can always nitpick a comment and add in all the minutiae, I think voting the conscience means voting for the person who best represents you. If everyone worried so much about delegates they would not show up to vote. It's a little Captain Obviousy. And as for Trump...no shytt, Sherlock. But thx for the reply, I just like to simplify. Yes, we are a republic, my bad.
[-1] February 7, 2016 at 2:26pm
Trump is over the top. But last night he was somewhat tame.
Cruz was very shrewed. He needed only to answer the questions directed at him. He does, very well. He is 10xs the person of anyone else on the stage. He did well by not becoming too involved in the brawl.
Why the heck is Blaze even using a CNN focus group. Anyone who is a CNN regular is NOT worthy of consideration. But, waving the Bible around for Cruz is normal. He has been involved in prayers on capitol hill, in many environments. It is as normal for him. He was talking a group of people who pretty much believe like he does. And frankly, my dears, if you are a believer, you need to come out from your bushel and stand up for the Bible and God. The country is teetering on the edge of a very dark place. And why aren’t we mentioned how Rubio was about God…even more “God” speak and he used the Name of Jesus a couple of times….get over it. I want a person who is not afraid to mention God, Bible and the Name of Jesus to be president….I see what a Godless person is like…and P.S. Donald Trump is not a God fearing man. He said it himself….doesn’t to ask for forgiveness, and I think I saw him wave his Bible around too….and Santorum and that nasty, back stabbing Huckasmuch!
actually CRUZ mentioning G-D and not Jesus is more inclusive and sounds much better to me as a Jews than Rubio's Jesus mentions.
In grade school our teachers read from OT b/c it included most of us, b/c back then (in the dinosaur times) it wasn't forbidden, and most my neighborhood were Jews and Catholics (a few Protestants.) None had a problem with it b/c all of us read from that part of the Book.- In chorus we sang Hallelujah despite the Christian authors b/c it was GOOD MUSIC- no one objected to it by religion
I am not crazy about Rubio b/c all his campaign calls came in espanol (only) ..also not inclusive..and a bit RUDE-- he lost me when he went into his immigrant spiel and I hold him personally responsible for the DREAM ACT (not my dream).
I will vote for Cruz in primary and if it comes down to Rubio or Trump even them
b/c HRC and Bern are totally 100% unacceptable
 January 21, 2016 at 2:02pm
Before you believe or participate in this idiot article, you need to research the source of the info. Americans United is headed up by Brad Woodhouse, a democrat who hates all pubs, and mostly Cruz. Just forget the Blaze put this on the site. 1) it is a piece of trash information, not worthy of major ciruclation 2) Woodhouse is Democratic Super PAC American Bridge 21st Century. He is the former communications director of the United States Democratic National Committee. This trash! And, frankly, it is crap….not gonna waste my time.
 January 15, 2016 at 1:16pm
He appears to be too happy. Look at the others in the photos. He appears to be the only one who is so peppy.
He should be arrested. He violated the military code. Many have been sent to trial for lesser infractions.
Take him out of service!
 January 5, 2016 at 2:54pm
This is not really a Jesus movement. Sorry to bust bubbles….dig down in the real movement. Not scriptural at all.
This gospel consists of man’s good works and social deeds at its core and denies the true atoning work of Jesus Christ on the Cross.
My prayer is that those who were led there in the first place, are led further to the Gospel of God Almighty, and make Jesus Lord of their lives….no works or socks can buy salvation. This group promotes man over earth, and good works. He hangs out with Rick Warren…heretic and promoter of chrislam….heretic!
WOW, like minds in this confusing morass we call the Internet! Very good Brother (or Sister)! Alway point people back to the Cross and you can't go wrong. :-)
Christ first. The Gospel must be preached before anything else.
 January 5, 2016 at 2:49pm
Beware of the first few words in their statements. Dig down: Giglio has very cleverly mixed truth in with error turning what he teaches in to a false gospel. This false Gospel is known as the Social Gospel. The social Gospel is not the Gospel that is found in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4. unbiblical beliefs of the New Apostolic Reformation in the “Spiritual Awakening” section. The language of this section is full of NAR terminology and meaning.
[-1] January 5, 2016 at 2:46pm
This group does not really put “power” in the Name of Jesus.
Yes they sure do!
Try sitting besides 40,000 young people sing praises to JESUS and you'll be sure to feel the POWER!
They gather in His name, and He is there. The group doesn't put the power into Jesus, He puts the power into the group, into the individuals, and we look for their fruits, for their good works.
 January 5, 2016 at 2:43pm
I believe the Blaze needs to be very careful about some of its stories. But then again, I don’t have to read the Blaze. People need to do some homework on this group, and especially its speakers. The list of speakers I saw when doing research leads me to believe this group is very liberal and lightly connected to Jesus.
Perhaps misleading its followers to think their “good” works are going to redeem them. When looking at the church pastored by Giglio there are no scripture references to their “belief” bullet points. Similar to other “pagan” Christian groups….emerged in New Apostolic Reformation, merging of multi-religious belief structures. These merged structures include the NAR, Seeker Driven beliefs and the Emerging Church. Has been associated with Rick Warren and John Piper. This gospel consists of man’s good works and social deeds at its core and denies the true atoning work of Jesus Christ on the Cross. Therefore, I will greatly discourage promotion of such organizations. It may look and feel good, but not exactly what God says. I am disappointed in the Blaze. They routinely promote this stuff.Giglio has very cleverly mixed truth in with error turning what he teaches in to a false gospel. This false Gospel is known as the Social Gospel. The social Gospel is not the Gospel that is found in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4.
Friend, read my comment below. I think you will agree.
 December 25, 2015 at 7:41am
Funny how we always sling the mud loudly and boldly towards mothers who have children without marriage…..and how silent we are when abortion, and planned parenthood murder babies. And how silent we are about all the fathers or more appropriately–seed bearers–walk around with NO burden of condemnation.
I find no condemnation from God for life……and all have a purpose….move on oh yea hypocrites!
Agreed! Bristol chose to give the precious baby life instead of aborting.
How about parents advise these girls keep their legs together, and the guys keep their zippers up? That way both problems could be avoided!
December 25, 2015 at 7:35am
The child has a father, and he has proudly acknowledged that fact. In real life: some children are born into a family of what society calls a proper married family, and the father is absolutely missing….get over it.
The child has a father and a mother, and frankly a loving family…..who made you judge?
 December 23, 2015 at 5:14pm
And Blaze: stop with the lying headlines! Good grief….the evidence is in the pudding. Try reading the entire transcript, moron.
 December 23, 2015 at 5:12pm
I am getting so tired of the Blaze running this crap…..FIRST: If you were to listen to or better yet, read the entire transcript the lede should be–Cruz says national security, religious liberties, constitutional issues are the top priorities….He did not say gay marriage was one of 3…..I am seriously thinking of dumping the Blaze….NONSENSE.
October 30, 2015 at 9:40am
 October 29, 2015 at 8:17am
Ted Cruz won…most everyone else did well…less Kaisch and Jeb.