I've shared some of my concerns about Evangelical responses to the US election. Now I want to share some blog posts that have seemed sweet and refreshing in comparison. This is not because I agree with all the conclusions of these authors. Rather, it is because they have not dismissed the implications of the Bible for how we make decisions about candidates and voting. They have explored the ways the Bible may apply.
John Piper wrote Why a Woman Shouldn't Run for Vice President but Wise People May Still Vote for Her.
Jasmine Baucham tackled the argument that It's not A Religious Issue.
Jennie Chancey wrote Of Salt Losing Its Savor, and ended with an inspiring call to gospel living.
The Botkin sisters wrote of why We believe Sarah Palin’s example poses a more serious threat to Christian womanhood than more liberal feminist icons such as Hillary Clinton.
If you have come across blog posts you believe are an honest attempt to apply the Bible to the issues brought up in the election campaign, and which you enjoyed, please share them in the comments section.