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The Case for Voting Third Party

November 7th, 2022 | 12 min read

By Bob Stevenson

These days, it’s hard to be a Christian who cares about politics—and public ethics, character, and the mission of God. On the one hand, our political system is a mess, with platforms pushing toward the extremes, and constituencies nursing rising antipathies toward the other side. Add to the picture the emerging problem of Christian nationalists openly embracing Christian nationalism as the way forward, and the troublesome association of evangelicals with Donald J. Trump, and Christians who believe that political power can and should be wielded wisely and ethically increasingly find themselves without a home. Which is not all bad. We are citizen-strangers, after all. But doing political good is awfully hard when the field is filled with abysmal choices.

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