Tuesday, November 3, is election day 2020 in the United States. We’ll not only be voting for President of the United States, but also for other local, state, and national leaders. Voting is a privilege, and, for U.S. citizens, a right. So, how should Christians vote? What are some of those biblical principles that should guide our voting? Michelle and Amy go to Scripture to encourage you to use your vote as a godly influence by voting according to biblical principles.
Principles for Voting by R.C. Sproul
Does God expect Christians to vote? at Got Questions
A conservative Christian’s perspective on the election - Berean Research
Since God is totally sovereign over world leaders and events, why should we vote or be involved in politics? by John MacArthur
Christians and Politics: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 by John MacArthur
Relatable with Allie Stuckey
The Mormon Moment: Can Christians Biblically Vote for a Mormon? (Depending on the candidates in your district, you may find the principles in this article from the 2012 Presidential election to be helpful.)