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Who is Frank Kacer?


Frank has been married to Lynn for 47 years and has three married children and five grandchildren. He has served as a pastor/elder at Grace Bible Church since 1990 and is now pastor/elder emeritus. Professionally, Frank was a physicist in the Department of Defense Intelligence Community for over 35 years and was also a senior systems engineer with SAIC for 12 years. As a Christian worldview political activist, Frank has engaged in grass-roots political activism, candidate recruitment and assessment, precinct operations, and formal political party representation both locally and with state conventions. He has also served for seven years on the Board of Directors for the National Center for Law and Policy and currently serves as the Director of Research, Content and Curriculum for Well Versed ministries. As Founder and Executive Director of the Christian Citizenship Council (C3), Frank has published his “Kacer’s Call” biblical perspective on every California statewide Proposition since 2002. His most recent book is Christian Fratricide – Why Christians Continue to be Divided Politically (Updated Edition 2020).


General Guidelines I Follow in Analyzing Measures:

  • Do: Read Summary, then proposed legal text, then Legislative Analyst analysis; then arguments for & against

  • Do: Ask yourself if this is a proper role of government biblically

  • Do: Determine what general principles apply (biblical, conservative, practical)

  • Do: Ask yourself if this is the right thing to do, who benefits, and what consequences will result

  • Do: Apply common sense; come to a tentative conclusion – compare to positions of those you trust

  • Do: Concentrate on the major implications and not on trivial aspects to make a decision

  • Don’t: Rely on recommendations of organizations by name only (Could be deceptively misleading)

  • Don’t: Wait until the last day to do your research (spread it out over time)

  • Don’t: Support government going into future debt (there are only very rare exceptions to this)

  • Don’t: Allow rare circumstances or emotional arguments to overly influence (“rare cases make bad law”)

  • Don’t: Support anything that’s too complex to completely understand (could be purposeful obfuscation)

  • Don’t: Accept a lot of bad for the sake of a small amount of “worthwhile” good

All biblical citations I use rely upon the English Standard Version (ESV) translation

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