Christians should remain true to values in casting votes

A professor at the U’s S.J. Quinney College of Law argues that if faithful Christians remain true to their moral values, they won’t vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump. Law professor Lincoln L. Davies says that at every turn, Trump has taken stands and acted in ways that are antithetical to all that Christians most deeply value. Davies is available for interviews on his perspective and why Trump’s inappropriate comments about women and immigrants and reactionary behavior on social media make him unfit for the nation’s highest political office.
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