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Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: "There are No 'Must' Candidates!" -Darrell Bock

Professor of New Testament Studies articulates the dilemma many Christians face in this election cycle Many Christians have it right. There is a real dilemma for their vote in this election. The choice we have before us is no real option. It is like choosing between facing a tornado rolling through your home or a hurricane. Both will do real damage in different ways. The only possible check on this regrettable situation involves the considered selection of legislators put around the poor choice the nation faces.
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