Decision 2016: A Response to the Yes Argument

There you have it, just as I said it would be.  PRAGMATISM.  We have to support a bad candidate because we need to effect a certain outcome and obtain a particular result.  Otherwise, if we choose to vote our conscience and our principles instead, we’re somehow complicit in the actions of what a candidate we […]

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Decision 2016: A Response to the No Argument

Jason highlighted a number of reasons why he believes Christians should not vote for Trump, but the three most significant reasons are because a vote for Trump (1) is pragmatic rather than principled, (2) forfeits our credibility as Christians, and (3) manifests fear and a failure to trust God. While I appreciate my friend Jason […]

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