Our girls go to a Christian school which shares its campus with a church. Picking up Erin today, I had Trevor count the number of “Yes on 8” signs on the campus while I concentrated on driving. He reported twenty-two. 22!
The problem I have with this is that it communicates that there is a “Christian way to vote,” ignoring the fact that there are Christians on both sides of this or any other issue. And I don’t mean just conservative evangelicals vs. “those liberals who don’t believe the Bible.” Ignoring for the moment how unfair that characterization is, let’s stick to Bible-believing, Jesus-is-the-way Christians. You will find such people on both sides — and this is true of just about any political issue you can come up with.
This is similar to the idea that there is such a thing as “a single Christian worldview,” which missiologist Charles Kraft refutes. Sorry. No such thing. So please, don’t declare a particular worldview “biblical” and vilify opposing views as “unbiblical”. Can one take a stand an issue but maintain humility? I think so.