How To Pick A President: Clinton, Trump, or ?
How To Pick A President Clinton Trump or Author:Mark Galli Although it may yet be difficult to believe, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the nominees for the 2016 presidential election. Politics always have a way of stirring up ire, but this year?s campaign season has unique challenges. Accusations of dishonesty, criminal behavior, sexism, racism, incompetency, and more have plagued both candidates.... more » The media firestorms (often fueled by the candidates themselves) seem to grow with each passing day. Many Americans are discouraged, disillusioned, frustrated, and downright confused?not only by the political uproar, but also with the harrowing decision we all face come Election Day. Voters are now wondering: Do I vote along traditional party lines? Do I choose a third-party candidate? Do I simply refuse to cast a ballot? Questions like these aren?t easy to answer. So we?ve gathered articles from some of the most thoughtful Christianity Today writers for this CT Book. Our aim is to help you think more deeply and wisely about your political stewardship and responsibility. Included is an interview with Gary Scott Smith on the role of faith in presidential policies; a CT classic article, "How to Pick a President," by Daniel Taylor and Mark McCloskey; and an article by Carlos Campo (president of Ashland University and leader of the educational arm of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference) that explains the voting quandary Hispanic evangelicals find themselves in. At the end of this 10-chapter book is a summary of seven key voting issues from The National Association of Evangelicals. Of course, this eBook won?t tell you who to vote for or where you should stand on these complex issues. But the essays and interviews will help you think more wisely and Christianly about elections, politics, and the American presidency. Who will be the next U.S. President? Whatever the outcome, we trust the voices here will help you make the wisest decision with your one vote.« less