Tony Evans says Christian Unity Vital on Nov. 4 and Beyond

October 18, 2008 at 3:45 am 1 comment

tony-evans.jpgA well-known pastor says Christians must rise above petty political bickering in the upcoming presidential election.

Dr. Tony Evans is pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, and also founder of the ministry called The Urban Alternative. He believes Christians must seek God’s direction through prayer and scripture when it comes to casting their votes. Evans adds it is clear there is no perfect political party or candidate.

“If we had a Kingdom Party where all the issues were aligned tightly to the Bible, then we would all know which way to vote and we’d vote for that platform, candidate, and party. Since we don’t have that, and no [single] political party, Democrats or Republicans, fully encompasses the values of the Kingdom, you’re going to have divided priorities,” Evans contends. “And the Bible gives us freedom to do that in Romans 14, to vote our conscience based on the information we have. But let’s live as one people of God in how we function.”
Regardless of the outcome of the presidential race, Evans says it will be vital for Christians in America to be unified for the cause of Christ after the election.

Source: One News Now


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  • 1. Larura Bpup  |  October 30, 2008 at 8:58 pm

    There seems to be a clear anti-christian choice (Obama) this election and it saddens me.


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