By Nathan A. Finn
Dean, School Of Theology & Missions, Union University
This year’s presidential election is unique in that both major party candidates are remarkably unpopular as individuals. It really is remarkable that so many Republicans and Democrats have spent so much time more or less apologizing for their support of their respective candidates. No doubt political scientists and historians will be studying this phenomenon for many years to come.
Like America in general, evangelicals are divided. Barring something unforeseen — which is always possible in this particular election — most white evangelicals will likely vote for Mr. Trump, while many African-American and Hispanic evangelicals will likely vote for Mrs. Clinton. [Read more…]