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How Should Christians Vote? Part 2


Joining John Stonestreet, Dr. Timothy George addresses five guiding principles for responsible voting in this week's "Two-Minute Warning." John says it's pure gold!
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Out of love and devotion to God, Christians ought to be participating in the process of electing good leaders. T. M. elaborates.

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New on this week's BreakPoint this Week, John Stonestreet interviews Drs. Glenn Sunshine and Jim Garlow, who challenge one of the worst myths in American public discourse: that the Church must stay out of politics.

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Here's a link to Dr. George's "Thoughts on the Upcoming Elections." You might consider printing it out and passing it to your friends and family.  

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"Politics: Should Christians vote this November?" - Part-one of a two-part series
John Stonestreet | Two-Minute Warning | September 19, 2012

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BreakPoint Radio

Praying and Fasting for America
John Stonestreet | BreakPoint.org | September 27, 2012

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Since Jesus claims every square inch of the universe as His, Christians are responsible to bring God's goodness to the political arena.

We've put together a new study, "The Pursuit of Faith and Civic Responsibility," which examines the role of Christians in helping the work of good government, a government consistent with the teachings of God.

"The Pursuit of Faith and Civic Responsibility" is good for personal and small group studies.





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Comments:

How should Christians vote?
In a video,John Stonestreet like many other religious men & women encourage Christians to vote. They say it's our responsibility. Yet John states, "If we see anything intrinsically evil no matter the circunstance, then we should not vote for that individual." If that's the case we should not vote at all. Or are we to use double standards when it comes to sin or evil? Is saving a life inside the womb more important than the rest of that individuals life? Are we to disregard one persons lies and even consider it justified and then condemn another for theirs? I keep seeing double standards when it comes to calling evil evil & good good.