Franklin Graham Wants Christians To Vote

, Pennsylvania
March 29, 2016 12:22pm CST
Franklin Graham wants Christians to vote in the great Presidential Election, and is going to all fifty state capitals to make his point. Many Evangelical Christians did not vote in 2012 and now they do not have the right to complain. If Christians do not vote they lose out. He left the Republican Party as he does not believe in any political party as he only believes in God. He wants Christians in both parties to run for office. He pointed out that Christians on school boards could have an enormous and lasting impact. He has eleven grandchildren and he thanks God for them and is concerned about their futures. He argues that while we may not like any of the candidates we should chose the candidates that best reflect Christian Values. He loves this country and he is concerned as he believes Christian Values are being thrown out of public policy. We lived under the threat of nuclear annihilation and we won the Cold War. Now Godless Secularism has taken God out of public life and he wants to put Him back into it. What do you think? Do you agree with Graham? Will you vote even if you do not like the candidates? Source;
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@Corbin5 (126895)
• United States
29 Mar 16
I will always vote no matter the candidates who are running. One can always vote for the lesser of two evils.