How Would Jesus Vote?: A Christian Perspective on the Issues
The 2008 election is shaping up to be one of the most important political contests in American history. In fact, Dr. D. James Kennedy believes it will be a watershed moment that could impact our very survival as a nation under God.
Values voters–people whose political views and votes are based on their faith in God–are being targeted as never before. As we move forward in the campaign season, the significant players will debate terrorism, radical Islam, nuclear threats, global warming, social issues, gay marriage, immigration, education, health care, and many other essential issues that can create sharp ideological divisions.
Into this overwhelmingly complex political situation, Dr. Kennedy and Jerry Newcombe bring a clear, compelling, and nonpartisan exploration of what God’s Word has to say on these critical matters. How Would Jesus Vote? isn’t intended to tell you which candidates to support; rather it offers you a Christ-centered understanding of the world to help you draw your own political conclusions.
This election, don’t cast an uninformed vote that fails to reflect your values. Instead, learn how to apply your faith and obedience to God to your ballot. This timely, helpful, and hopeful book will enable you to do just that.
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Thank goodness some people still have some sense. In a day when The Bible is neglected and misused in politics that somebody still treats it with relevance. Of course this book will receive tons of ... Read full review
My only negative of the book are the what I call the $1,000. words. I am a common kind of guy and I have to look up a number of words to get their meaning. I would rate the book a 4.5 for the parts I understand. Read full review
Render unto Caesar
Salt and Light
Abortion Stem Cells Suicide and Euthanasia
Judging the Death Penalty
Is It Ever Justified?
Education and Our Schools
The Environment and Climate Change
Immigration and Racial Prejudice
Societys Smallest Unit
Judicial Activism and the Courts
The Problem of Political Compromise
Put Not Your Trust in Princes
Something More Basic Than Politics
Defending Religious Liberty 213