Should A Christian Vote (PB) by Doug Batchelor

Publisher: Amazing Facts
Author: Doug Batchelor

Product Code: BK-SCV

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One of the most volatile elections in U.S. history is nearly upon us. The division and strife between parties and candidates are escalating. The mudslinging has begun, reaching unbelievable levels.

So … what is a Christian’s obligation when it comes to voting? Considering all the corruption in government, should we avoid it altogether—or do we have a role to play in upholding what is right?

Doug Batchelor points us to Scripture for guidance in his new pocket book, Should a Christian Vote? This brief overview of historical observations and scriptural insights provides a commonsense approach to this fascinating subject.

But don’t just order one for yourself. This highly relevant topic is on everyone’s mind right now! That’s why Amazing Facts International is offering huge discounts on bulk orders for your church to distribute this booklet far and wide!

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FB
12/02/2020
Felicia B.
United States United States
Do I vote

It help me make a decision

JA
11/04/2020
jeff a.
United States United States
very good

excellent information to review

R&
11/02/2020
Robin &.
United States United States
Should a Christian vote?

Given in previous email.

SF
11/02/2020
Sharon F.
United States United States
Should a Christian Vote

I thought it was very good and I passed them out so others would know. Some told me they would not vote because Mrs White said we shouldn’t. But those statements were taken out of context and Pastor Doug made that very clear. I think this little book help change some people’s minds about whether or not to vote.

MR
11/01/2020
M.Sara Roy
United States United States
Review of Should a Christian vote?

I hv enjoyed reading it. Opened my eyes to many things, among them that we hv a responsibility to vote. When I Ws a lot younger, I Ws told that sister White said in “one of her books” that we shouldn’t vote, but I Ws glad to see that was disputed. Of course, people tell you that, but never tell you where or what book..Pastors book was very self explanatory and easy to read. Just yesterday, I gave away Two copies. Thank you for providing it.

MW
10/06/2020
Mary W.
United States United States
Should a Christian Vote?

A blessing to read and to share copies with others. Have a blessed day.

JH
10/06/2020
Jeremy H.
United States United States
Voting

Easy to read and helpful. Thank you.

MM
10/06/2020
Michael M.
United States United States
Should a Christian Vote?

I loved it. Thought it was well written and it answered all my questions and I have given most of the ones I bought away to people I come in contact with. Thank you Pastor Doug!!

KS
10/05/2020
Karen S.
United States United States
Perfect timing

So glad to have the info to share

PS
10/05/2020
paul s.
United States United States
Why Christians Should Vote

Very good and informative. Got extras and am passing them out. God Bless.

Doug Batchelor

Doug BatchelorAs a teenager, Doug Batchelor had everything money could buy—everything but happiness. His search led him to drugs, fights, and suicidal fantasies. Convinced that life held no purpose, he soon found himself scavenging food from garbage bins and living in a cave in the hills above Palm Springs.

The happiness Doug wanted eluded him until the day he began reading the dust-covered Bible someone had left in his cave. What happened next can only be described as a miracle! Today, Pastor Doug is president of Amazing Facts, an international multimedia ministry, and can be seen and heard around the world on television and radio programs such as Central Study Hour, Amazing Facts Presents, and Bible Answers Live.

Doug's down-to-earth approach to living the Christian life stems from his own experiences. He is an energetic man of vision and deep spirituality with an unusual ability to communicate not only to church members, but also to the millions of secular-minded people of today. He is the author of dozens of books, including, The Richest Caveman, Caveman Theology, Shadows of Light, Broken Chains, and At Jesus’ Feet .

Should A Christian Vote (PB) by Doug Batchelor