Is It Reasonable to Vote Based on ‘Personal Religious Views’? (Video)

Matters of conscience aren't always just theological.

By Alan Shlemon Published on July 6, 2018

Should a Christian not vote against abortion because he or she opposes abortion from religious reasons? That’s what many pro-abortion Americans claim. Alan responds to this question and exposes the flaw in this objection.

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Originally published at Stand to Reason. Reprinted with permission.

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