Why a Christian Can and Should Vote for a Mormon In 2012: A Biblical Mandate for a Godly Society

Why a Christian Can and Should Vote for a Mormon In 2012: A Biblical Mandate for a Godly Society

by James Hale
     
 
Over the last few years Christians have been tongue tied on how to answer post-modern thought in politics. This year the issue is Mormonism vs Christianity. Can a Christian really vote for a Mormon? Is political support for someone outside the Christian faith allowed in Scripture? Christians fear saying yes or no.
James Hale says yes we can and should support a

Overview

Over the last few years Christians have been tongue tied on how to answer post-modern thought in politics. This year the issue is Mormonism vs Christianity. Can a Christian really vote for a Mormon? Is political support for someone outside the Christian faith allowed in Scripture? Christians fear saying yes or no.
James Hale says yes we can and should support a Mormon this election.
This issue as well as moral issues bring fears that are wrongly placed. Christians can be bold about the truth of Scripture.
We need to pray for this election outcome, but are there also things that we can do as voters other than vote? Are there points that pastors can give to help lead the church in voting issues?
This book by Christian apologist James Hale will show that the church does have a voice in civil government now, but should use that voice now before they lose it to those that hate God.
This book is a must read by all church leaders

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615668451
Publisher:
DBA Pivotal Forks Media
Publication date:
07/04/2012
Pages:
136
Product dimensions:
5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.29(d)

Meet the Author

Jim Hale is a Christian apologist, writer and teacher of Reformed theology. He lives in West Virginia with his wife Cindy and has three grown daughters. He serves as a elder at Oakridge Bible Church in Charleston WV. He wrote a weekly column that ran in a number of small newspapers for about 5 years, called Mountain Monergism. He now writes as the National Calvinism Examiner.

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