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Corruption scandals show need for spiritual conversion

Newest scandal turns up bribes to pass spoiled meat

The Daily Signal published Mar. 27 a good overview of the corruption investigations that have rocked Brazil to its core and were responsible for the impeachment of a president.

The most recent incident surfaced bribes to pass spoiled meat to the consumer and for export. It’s called the “weak flesh” scandal.

The article noted above ended on a wishful note:

As Brazil works its way out of this morass of corruption, let’s hope a new generation of political leadership arises that is determined to improve the rule of law and put Brazil back onto the path toward economic freedom.

How can a new generation of leaders arise that respects the rule of law? The answer: By becoming true Christians who follow the law of God and obey the law of man.


What say you?