We sometimes face ethical dilemmas in our lives. Some are relatively inconsequential. Others, like the presidential election in the most powerful country in the world, have grave consequences. With higher stakes, the voices for and against a particular option become more and more aggressive. That seems to be the case with comments attacking the article written by Christian theological, Wayne Grudem, as he defends the idea of voting for Donald Trump whom many regard as immoral and incompetent. Join Andy and Steve as they mull over this issue in this week’s episode of the Apologetics Canada Podcast.
CORRECTION: The New York Times article mentioned in the episode states that it’s 9% of the entire population who voted either for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
Links & Articles
Why Voting for Donald Trump Is a Morally Good Choice from Townhall.com
Kingdom First from First Things
The Supreme Court Is Not a Sufficient Reason to Vote for Trump from National Review
Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees from New York Times