In the Trump-Biden race, which issue matters more to Christian voters?
By Bobby Ross Jr. | The Christian Chronicle
For Connor McDaniel, one issue ranks as most important in the 2020 presidential race.
“There are few people of character/integrity in politics,” said McDaniel, a member of the Bremen Church of Christ in Georgia. “The same way we go to (a department store) and buy clothes made with child labor, I believe we must put aside people’s life choices when it comes to doing a job. And Christians have to do theirs, too.”
In the 19-year-old’s view, Christians’ job in the election in which he will cast his first vote for president is to re-elect Donald Trump, the Republican incumbent.
“No one candidate is ever perfect,” McDaniel said, explaining his support for Trump. “I am simply a Christian. If one party aligns more with Jesus’ teaching, I will vote that way, even though the truth is neither side is totally Christ-like.”
Like McDaniel, Johanna Sue Turner said she is against abortion.
But the 67-year-old member of the East View Church of Christ in Tucson, Ariz., places a higher priority on a candidate’s personal traits.
Turner said she sees “lapses in both candidates” but is “very disappointed in how Trump acts — his tweets, his bombasticy and rudeness.”
This story appears in the online edition of The Christian Chronicle.