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book review: how would Jesus vote?

Posted by dturn on October 31, 2008

How would Jesus vote? Is an interesting book.
I found it a tad bit difficult to read, but it was full of information.

This book was an interesting take on the Christian view of voting.
It focused, not on the particular candidates, but, on the issues.
Normally we hear about the standard issues of abortion and gay rights.
The authors also spoke about immigration and poverty.
On the immigration point, it is interesting that they talked about this issue but not the racism that continues to exist in our nation.
Still separate but equal?

The book makes it seem like this election is the most important in the history of our country.
Why is that?
What is it that makes all the other elections so non-important?

God has been/will always be concerned about His creation – US not U.S.A.

We should let our personal relationship with Christ reflect our voting habits.
We have a chance for our voices to be heard.

Pray. Consider. Pray. Read. Pray.
Vote.

Author Bio:
Jerry Newcombe is senior producer for Coral Ridge Ministries television and has produced or coproduced more than fifty documentaries. The host of two weekly radio shows, he has also been a guest on numerous television and radio talk shows. He is the author or coauthor of more than fifteen books.

Dr. D. James Kennedy is one of the most trusted and recognized Christian leaders of our time. The senior minister of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he is the featured preacher on television’s “The Coral Ridge Hour” and radio’s “Truths That Transform”, syndicated on over one thousand stations throughout the U.S. The founder and president of Evangelism Explosion International and chancellor of Knox Theological Seminary, he is the author of more than sixty books, including the bestselling What If Jesus Had Never Been Born?

You can pick up this book here

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