| A Sin to Vote Joe Biden |

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Democrat Soul & Christian Soul
Not Possible

Vote for Biden and Harris Democratic Soul of the Nation and you will forever forfiet Your Soul.

The science is clear – abortion is murder.

The law is clear – abortion is pre-mediated murder.

The politics of God demand that the Christian Church disfellowship anyone and everyone showing no favoritism to all who would vote Democratic.

There is no room to agree to disagree as no murderer has eternal life.

Such are not saved.

Such are not Christians and have no business sitting on the church pews.

Such sinners who support the murder of babies should be kneeling in repentance before the living God.

 …and you know that no murderer has eternal life in him. (1 John 3:15)

Therefore, God demands and all true disciples of Jesus call upon Pastors, Preachers and Christian Churches to go through-out the church and call to repentance anyone who is a Democrat.
If these “Christian” Democrats will not repent, then kick them out of the church.

What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church? Are you not to judge those inside? God will judge those outside. “Expel the wicked man from among you.” (1 Corinthians 5:12-13)

If your neighbor claims to be a Christian and a Democrat, you must stop having lunch with them because no murderer, or supporter of murders has any amount of salvation from Jesus. 

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Few things in politics are abundantly clear to those on the outside of the elections. However, the push by both presidential candidates to get more of the religious vote in this election is plenty clear to everyone. We’ve seen efforts from the presidential candidates trying to cater to religious voters this election cycle. Donald Trump had a photoshoot in front of St. Johns Church during a protest and Joe Biden continuously talks about him being a man of faith specifically Catholic. While religious voters are one of the largest voter blocs in America, they aren’t a single issue but most do have strong opinions on abortion with most evangelical denominations having less 46% support for abortions and the lowest being only 20% believing abortion should be legal. Both candidates have strong stances in differing positions, Trump being strongly opposed to abortion while Biden says he would put abortion protections into law.
Biden hasn’t always been so strongly in favor of abortion protections in his 40+ years of political experience even going as far as saying the supreme court made a mistake in their ruling of Roe v Wade. He later voted against rape and incest exemptions and in 1983 voted against health insurance of federal employees covering abortions. Up until June 2020 did, he eventually flip on his opinion of the Hyde amendment, which prohibited federal funding of abortions through programs like Medicaid, only flipping on his opinion after an uproar from other Democrats when it becomes clear he was the only Democratic primary candidate that still supported that amendment. He falls firmly in a position a lot of Catholic Democrats fall in when they’re in an office, having a strong support of social issues other than abortion and continuing to vote like that while they’re in office. With both candidates pushing for support among almost all religious groups has this helped Biden with his presidential campaign and has he done any better than Hillary Clinton in 2016?
In 2016, as you can see in figure 1, Clinton did the worst among almost every single religious group in America than all previous Democrat presidential candidates. As her election was one of the closest in many swing states even a change of 5% among Catholics could’ve been enough votes for her to have won many states. The only religious groups she did better with than Obama were Jewish and Mormons. However, one of the biggest religious voter blocs in the country are white evangelical Christians and what we can see is she lost them, and she lost them by a lot only getting 16% of their vote. Clinton did worse than any other democrat running for president since they’ve gained data on that group while on the other hand Trump did very well with them being the only presidential candidate to get above 80% of their vote. While this could stem from numerous reasons the one mostly agreed on is the lack of push towards those type of voters by Clinton in the 2016 election. With how much we have seen Biden push his religiousness is he doing any better than Clinton in 2016? According to recent polling done between April and up until the beginning of September we can see that Joe Biden is definitely doing much better than Hillary Clinton. As we see in figure 2 Biden could have greater than 30% support from white evangelicals that would be better than any other Democrat nominee for president but that would also cause Trump to do worse with these voters than any other Republican. With Biden having such great support could this be one of the voter blocs that flips the election from 2016 with 7% undecided we could see Biden get above 35% support from this group. Could it be the stricter stances he’s previously had on abortion because that issue is important to white evangelicals?
There’re two explanations to Biden’s greater support. The first is that Biden didn’t have as strong of an opinion on abortion and isn’t viewed as someone who would continue to allow people to get abortions. The second is that abortion has decreased as an important issue amongst voters including religious voters since the last election. So in 2016 registered voters said abortions was an important issue 51% which was the highest sine 2007. In 2020 registered voters said abortion was an important issue 40% of the time. This change of 11% can swing an election heavily and on top of that it could also be why we see such a greater support for Biden than Clinton among religious voters this election.

While I perceive Joe Biden’s greater support from the religious voter bloc in America coming from one of two reasons. Either he weak stance for abortion protections or the fact that abortion has become less of an important issue to people. However, it could easily be one of those cause or correlation issues Biden’s weak stance for abortion protections could’ve cause the low numbers saying abortion is an important issue this election. Did the chicken come before the egg or did the egg come before the chicken, no one knows and that’s how I perceive Biden’s support from the religious voter bloc. Is it because he isn’t very pro-choice or is it because abortion isn’t an issue? No one can quite tell but what you can tell no matter which of those is right, he is getting much higher number with religious people than Hillary Clinton did.

And they took offense at him. – Matthew 13:57
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Nothing in this post should be taken as for, or against a particular politician, bill, or candidate.
To God there is no such thing as an “American Christian Political Movement.”
God may call a Christian to be involved in politics, but He will be ashamed of such a person if they find their place in the United States as an “American Christian.”
Fact is that a disciple following Jesus has the exact same attitude as Abraham who followed the Living God.

All these people were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance. And they admitted that they were aliens and strangers on earth. People who say such things show that they are looking for a country of their own. If they had been thinking of the country they had left, they would have had opportunity to return. Instead, they were longing for a better country–a heavenly one. Therefore, God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared a city for them. (Hebrews 11:13-16)