William Lane Craig: ‘Character without right policy is just as empty as faith without works.’
One of the world’s foremost Christian philosophers, theologians and apologists said that it is a dereliction of duty for a Christian to vote for a Third Party candidate in the US Presidential Election. William Lane Craig, a professor at BIOLA and Houston Baptist University, said there are important moral issues at stake in the US election.
“I am inclined to think that anyone who votes for a third-party candidate who has no realistic chance of winning is guilty of a dereliction of duty,”Dr. Craig said. “He in effect leaves it up to others to determine who our public officials will be. There is too much at stake in our national elections to abdicate our responsibility to help choose our leaders.”
Also, Dr. Craig in answering the Question of the Week, took a clear stand…
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