When the Reformers Voted Trump

reformers-voted-trumpAmerican Christians concerned solely with the glory and honor of God are confronted with a moral dilemma we have not experienced in this upcoming election, evidenced by the overwhelming number of articles and discussions within evangelicalism on the issue. Of course, the moral quandary doesn’t reside with whether to vote for either Clinton or Trump. No democratic leader is an option for the Christian since its entire platform goes beyond permitting wicked behavior. It promotes it. Rather, the new dilemma in this election is whether or not the Christian can ethically vote for Trump. Trump doesn’t necessarily embody traditional conservatism, but choosing not to vote for him could grant a victory to the liberal party… keep reading ⇒

About Matt Tarr

Matt Tarr is the pastor-teacher of High Point Baptist Church in Larksville, PA. He is a graduate of The Master's Seminary and the Grace Advance Academy, and has formerly served in the Scranton Rescue Mission as well as in the Pastoral Care and Counseling Department at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA. He is also a contributor and editor for ParkingSpace23.com. Matt has passion for accurately handling the Word of God, discipleship, evangelism, and encouraging others to honor Christ by their Christian living. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, Melody, and his two sons, Jonathan and Timothy.

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