In many ways, this election, like the 2016 election before it, is a moral calculation for Christians. Do we vote for a man whose character is lacking, whose words and actions are unbecoming of the office he holds, but whose policies have helped advance principles upon which Christians depend? Or do we vote for the candidate who is stable, whose rhetoric would hopefully unite us rather than divide, but whose policies would undermine all of the things Christians claim to believe in and love?In many ways, this election, like the 2016 election before it, is a moral calculation for Christians. Do we vote for a man whose character is lacking, whose words and actions are unbecoming of the office he holds, but whose policies have helped advance principles upon which Christians depend? Or do we vote for the candidate who is stable, whose rhetoric would hopefully unite us rather than divide, but whose policies would undermine all of the things Christians claim to believe in and love? …Read More

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