Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Tony Perkins: ‘This Is Not a Time to Stand on the Sidelines’

Tony Perkins gets indignant when he thinks about Christians refusing to vote for either of the two major party presidential candidates because they believe both are undesirable.
“I want to go into some of our churches and overturn a few tables because we probably had the best selection of primary candidates in the history of presidential politics,” said Perkins, president of the Family Research Council. “Half of them were born-again, Bible-believing, evangelical Christians.

“But many people didn’t get involved in those primaries and sat back to see what would happen, so the conservative vote got chopped up and split in many different directions. I don’t think they have a lot of room to complain when the choices for the general election are not the best ones. I’m not sympathetic, and it doesn’t absolve us from the obligation we have to vote. It’s part of being salt and light.”

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