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Most theological questions are irrelevant to the presidency

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 1 month ago

Most theological questions are irrelevant to the presidency.

Reasons to agree:

  1. When theology dictates policy, it is fair and proper for a voter to take that theology into account. To take an extreme (and fictional) example, if a candidate were an elder in the "Church of Killing Canadians," it would be fair to discuss at great length whether the candidate would, in fact, use the presidency to kill Canadians. Or, to take real-life examples, fundamentalist Muslims or white-supremacists Christians or renegade Mormon polygamists all have particular religious beliefs that have (and presumably would) translate directly into horrific policy positions.

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