Nathan Tabor

Obama can claim that his faith is important to him, that he prays to do God’s will—but actions preach louder than words. His policies speak volumes—and they are contrary to the wisdom imparted by the Bible. If he really believes what the Bible says—that before He created us in the womb, God knew us—how could he possibly support abortion on demand? His appeals to Christian voters ring hollow as a result of his anti-Christian stands.

Both civic duty and Biblical imperatives demand that Christians show up at the polls in force this November. Despite what the polls may say, evangelicals can, indeed, turn the tide in the right direction. We have the power to elect a ticket that will be in keeping with God’s game plan. After all, the only poll that counts is the one on Election Day.


Nathan Tabor

Nathan Tabor organizes and educates Christians on their role in Politics.
 
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