Why Should Religion Matter When We Vote?

Jay Lowder says faith-based beliefs should play a key role in elections


Should we consider a candidate’s religion when we vote? For most of us, we immediately say no because it is contrary to the idea of separation of church and state but the more closely this is examined we see that faith influences action, and there is no reason to pretend otherwise when we go to the polls. As all candidates, in both parties claim Christianity as their faith it is important to look at how this will shape their decisions.

This begs the question: who should American’s vote for? Evangelist Jay Lowder says we should support those who reflect in prayer, lead with integrity, and whose faith guides them to actions we, as individuals, support.

Jay Lowder has been a full-time evangelist for more than 20 years. Founder of Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries, he has participated in more than 350 crusades, rallies and conferences around the world. Through this, Lowder has seen the evolution of the role of the evangelist since the days of Billy Graham, perhaps the most well-known evangelist of the last century.
Lowder is an expert resource to talk about the changing trends in evangelism and how Christians can embrace the election with prayerful consideration.

Upon request for interviews or to provide written commentary

By phone or in studio

Founded in 1989, Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries exists to reach people for Christ while inspiring others to do the same. For additional information about Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries, visit http://www.JayLowder.com.


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