Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Article: How Should Christians Vote in Political Elections? by Luke Nix

Luke Nix of Faithful Thinkers has written a great post about how Christians should vote in political elections.

He writes:

"As a defender of the Christian worldview, I do not defend just a 'mere Christianity' but an entire worldview that encompasses morality and ethics. Unfortunately, politics is necessarily dependent upon those two. How a person governs, legislates, judges, and even votes all comes down to their view of morality and ethics. In any political season, it is necessary for the Christian to understand the proper (true) ethical view to guide their decision in how they vote. They need to not only be grounded for their own decisions, but they need to be prepared for the times in which they can have intelligent discussions on the topic, rather than contributing to the simplistic emoting that we see on the internet today. In this post, I want to take a look at how (if) a Christian should vote when the given option is not clear (who or if we should vote). I will conclude with books that I highly recommend for everyone interested in ethics and politics to read. Please take the time to read this post carefully and the links provided at the end. I believe that they will help prepare you for making the right decision when you go to the voting booth and will help you intelligently discuss and defend your decision."

You can continue the article here.  

Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below and don't forget to get out and vote in November!

Courage and Godspeed,
Chad

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