The View From 1776

Why Religion Matters in Politics

As Steve Kellmeyer explains, the religious faith of political candidates matters when that faith seems to threaten the faith, traditions, and social standards of large portions of the electorate.

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  1. An excellent post. Too often have we overlooked the spiritual practices and relationships (or lack thereof) of those we elect into public service. I believe that unless those we elect have a character molded by and more reflective of the Creator, any lesser celestial or earthly relationships will tend to pull them away from doing what is right and good and just for the people they are supposed to be protecting.
    Posted by Reformed Faith  on  12/09  at  10:06 PM
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