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A Presidential Voting Guide produced by the Family Research Council. It highlights 15 important issues with links to the positions of each of the presidential candidates.
By Wayne Grudem
In this letter Dr. Wayne Grudem responds to objections raised by a longtime friend to his public support for Donald Trump. This might prove helpful in evaluating concerns raised by some Christians against voting for Donald Trump for President in the upcoming election.
Is it appropriate for Pastors to Preach about
By Wayne Grudem
In this two-part series published at the Christian post website Dr. Wayne Gruden responds to questions some have raised about whether it’s appropriate for pastors to preach about politics. He asked the question does God want pastors to remain silent at this time.
Pastors, Churches, and Religious Liberty
By Matt Staver
Attorney Matt Staver is Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel, a First Amendment religious defense organization. In this short video he effectively articulates from a religious liberty viewpoint why no pastor or church need fear having their tax exempt status removed for advocating for or against a political candidate or political issue.
Christian Voting as Christian Stewardship
By Dr. Al Mohler
Dr. Al Mohler, president of Southern Seminary, offers a stirring challenge to all believers to faithfully represent Christ in the political process – in the upcoming elections. As he argues, this is not simply about personalities or individuals running for office. It’s about the future of our nation. That we have the high privilege and opportunity to, as Christians, affect the direction of our country. Dr. Mohler reminds us that the upcoming elections are about stewardship as much as anything else. Will Christians take the opportunity to faithfully represent Christ and the gospel and a biblical worldview in the marketplace of ideas – in the upcoming elections?
By Joe Carter
This article posted at the Gospel Coalition provides, without commentary, an outline of the Republican platform as it relates to several social issues. Every statement is either a direct quote or a summary of the platform’s position.
By Joe Carter
This article posted at the Gospel Coalition provides, without commentary, an outline of the Democratic platform as it relates to several social issues. Every statement is either a direct quote or a summary of the platform’s position.
By Tommy Nelson
August 9, 2020
In Tom’s message he highlights the civil unrest of the 1960s and 1970s and the various ways in which our country responded to some of the genuine problems that our country had struggled with up to that point. Toms conclusion is that the secular responses to those genuine problems failed miserably while at the same time the Lord was pleased to bring about the emergence of what came to be called the Jesus movement. The Jesus movement bore genuine long lasting fruit.
The lesson for our day is that in the face of the unrest we see spreading across the country the church must resist shortsighted secular responses—which are doomed to failure—and put our hope in genuinely biblical responses. This will demand that Christians stand for the truth, live the truth out authentically, and find the courage to speak up.
By Tommy Nelson
October 23, 2016
Tom’s widely circulated message addressed the critical issues that were at stake in the 2016 national election. These genuinely spiritual issues were so critical that they could be compared to a “continental divide.” In the geographical sense, two closely situated sources of water that nonetheless fall on opposite sides of the continental divide ultimately end up in very different, widely separated places. Tom’s message challenged Christians to recognize that while some might be tempted to see the positions of the two national parties as reflecting merely political differences, not too different from one another, the significance of these issues should be seen in their genuinely spiritual nature and the radically different destinations that they would inevitably lead to.