Most Christians agree the church should not tell its members which particular candidate to choose in a political election. But the separation between church and state does not preclude applying religiously grounded judgments as to which political positions most nearly embody the search for human well-being.
Have Christians always participated in elections? What are the most helpful ways our faith can inform our voting behaviors? Participants in this one-session study will examine these things and reflect on some criteria to use when considering any political candidate running for public office.
This study is part of the "Religion and Politics Study Pack II." However, it may also be studied by itself.