Question of the Week: What political issues should all Bible-believing Christians agree on?
Verses: Genesis 12:1-3, Psalm 139:13-16
Salvation isn’t a political issue. Anyone who puts their trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior will be saved no matter who they vote for. However, voting should always be done with an open Bible. There are a number of issues that can be negotiated and shouldn’t be considered issues of conflict between Christians. However, if someone believes the Bible is true, there are two realities they are accepting that should make a direct impact on who they identify with politically. Firstly, being pro-Israel is a non-negotiable. God promised to bless those who bless Israel, and curse those who curse them. Regardless of your view towards the Jewish people, no one who calls themselves Christian should ever call themselves anti-Semitic at the same time. Likewise, another issue that can’t be negotiated biblically or even scientifically is the matter of abortion. God’s word has made it clear that life begins at conception and the taking of that child’s life should never be something a Christian advocates. You can be uninformed on these matters and give the Holy Spirit room to teach you more about what’s really going on, but these are the issues you cannot compromise if you call yourself Christian.
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