Heard another interesting Dobson this morning. I picked it up on my car radio as I was driving to work, so I missed parts of it, but someone from Focus on the Family was interviewing Dobson and talking about, what else, the family. They spent the first five minutes or so talking about how the family was not a political issue, but a spiritual issue. That led to a discussion of how important “the family” was in God’s perfect plan, and how a Christian who doesn’t defend the family is betraying Jesus. And then, oh by the way, Dobson casually mentioned, in passing, that there’s an election coming up that could have a devastating negative impact on the family, and he was concerned about that. He wasn’t going to get into candidates or anything like that, because the family is a spiritual issue not a political issue. But Christians need to take steps to defend the family, “and I think you all can figure out what I mean by that.”
Yeah, right, “the family” isn’t a political issue (wink, wink, nudge, nudge, say-na-more, knowwhatImean?). But what was really interesting was when the interviewer started “channeling” the late Francis Schaeffer.