Many Christians say, or at least seem to believe, that a 2020 vote for President Trump is what God requires them to do.
But is it? Or could God actually see the 2020 election very differently? And how do we even have that conversation in a civil manner?
Pastor Doug Pagitt and his friends at a group called Vote Common Good see things very differently and believe there’s an opportunity to change things when one considers what a vote based on 1 Corinthians 13 can look like.
In what can be an uncomfortable – but vital – discussion on the state of Christian politics, Doug and our NPE Host Paul Swearengin discuss the upcoming election and some ideas for a biblical basis for Christian voting.
Don’t click away before the end, the discussion is too important! Also, check out their links below.