An Evangelical Pastor Appeals to Christians to Vote for Trump

By Rev. Mark Creech:

This year’s Presidential election presents a quandary for many conservative evangelicals. The choice between the nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties leaves much to be desired. Both candidates obviously have character issues.

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Rev. Mark Creech offers an understanding of why Christians who are supporting Donald Trump in this election are not violating their religious Biblical principles to do so.

Rev. Mark Creech, executive director of the Christian Action League of North Carolina, provides an eloquent and compelling argument for the way Christians should vote in these unique circumstances. It would be well worth your time to view this video before voting.

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