Talk. Love. Show respect. Believers offer advice for improving dialogue in a polarized nation.
By Bobby Ross Jr. | The Christian Chronicle
Dan Sims, a member of the Caldwell Church of Christ in Idaho, supports President Donald Trump.
Jenna Howard, a member of the Heritage Church of Christ in Fort Worth, Texas, favors former Vice President Joe Biden.
Jared Randall, preacher for the Greater Portland Church of Christ in Maine, remains undecided.
But all three Christians agree on this: The race for the White House has become extremely divisive, sparking arguments among family, friends and fellow disciples of Jesus.
“On a scale of 1 to 10, it’s a 10,” Curt Morrow, a Trump backer and member of the Alum Creek Church of Christ in Lewis Center, Ohio, said of the political vitriol. “This is awful.”
Morrow’s concern was echoed by many of the 300 readers who responded to a recent online survey by The Christian Chronicle.
This story appears in the October edition of The Christian Chronicle.
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