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Q&A with Horton | Faith and Voting

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Dr. Horton continues to answer questions concerning Christianity and its role in the world especially when it comes to politics. In this video Mike discusses how our Christian faith impacts how we vote in general elections, but also how we might justify our vote to a non-Christian.


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  • Guest - Mark S

    What would you say to voting for a non-Christian for an office? Should Christians always vote for professing Christians? Should a Christian vote for a non-Chrisian if the person's record showed a political, ethical and moral philosophy you agree with? Should a Christian vote for a non-Christian (e.g. agnostic, atheist, Mormon, Buddhist, Muslim, whatever)person if he or she seems better suited or qualified for an elective civil office than, say, a professing Christian also seeking that office?

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