3 Principles for Settling Political Spats in the Church

Posted on AllSides November 7th, 2022
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Every election season, some Christians remind us that “Jesus is not a Republican or a Democrat.”

But every election season, other Christians tell us that it’s wrong to vote for a candidate who supports abortion, or that Christians should vote only for candidates who will fight racial injustice.

With issues of grave moral import on the ballot—human life, religious liberty, marriage, economic and racial justice, and health care for the vulnerable—surely God must care how we vote. Yet it’s also clear that Christians can’t agree on how to vote, even when issues related to biblical...

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