We would never presume to tell anyone how to vote, but we can tell you how we, as Christians, are voting.
• I AM Pro-Life
• I AM Pro Religious Freedom
• I AM Pro Second Amendment
• I AM Pro Constitution (including judges)
• I AM Pro Securing our Borders
• I AM Pro Free Enterprise
• I AM Pro Limited Government
• I AM Pro Strong National Defense
We believe the above positions are consistent with the counsel of the THE GREAT “I AM.” Each of us must decide for ourselves which party and which candidates come closest to the above.
Bill & Carol Lewis
Rev James KledisNovember 4, 2018 - 10:41 pm
I am a retired Pastor and do not agree with this post . I believe in the opposite of all the assertions that a Christian must agree. I believe in Jesus’ teachings and much of what is listed is negated by his words.
Rob StittNovember 5, 2018 - 12:55 am
There’s a huge fallacy in the writers’ statement.
The writers say we need to decide for ourselves who meets the criteria THEY put forth. The first thing ALL faithful voters should do is prayerfully determine the most important criteria for themselves, as it’s extremely presumptuous of the writers of this opinion to imply that ALL Christians should accept the list in their opinion as correct. It’s important for each voter to determine their own list of qualifications. And THAT is the list they should use when deciding the best candidate. Many good and faithful Christians deeply believe their faith would guide them to very different criteria.
By the way, Jesus provided guidance in this when he stated we should love our neighbors (and he was pretty clear in his teachings that he didn’t just mean neighbors like ourselves).