How Should Christians Vote? | the AND Campaign

Mixing religion and politics can lead to fights and ruined relationships, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Justin Giboney is a Christian, an attorney, and a co-founder of the AND Campaign. He’s just released a book he wrote with some of his “AND Campaign” coworkers called “Compassion & Conviction, the AND Campaign’s Guide to Faithful Civic Engagement.” It’s a practical guide for Christians and politics. It outlines principles that give us easy ways to make sure our faith informs our vote.

Pick up your copy of Conviction & Compassion anywhere that sells books.


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Dion Richardson
September 21, 2020 2:46 pm

I totally concur!!! I’m tired of Christians being partisan. We should be as Dr. Tony Evans calls “Kingdom Independents”. We should vote Biblically and not from our cultural biases.

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