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U.S.Elections: shocking third debate.

20-10-2016

The third debate between the U.S. Presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most shocking one so far, especially for those American voters who still profess to be Christians. Hillary Clinton most clearly and openly spoke out in favor of  Gender Ideology by her strong support for an unlimited right to abortion and so called marriage equality; while Trump refused to accept one of the most sacrosanct principles of American democracy, that is to respect the outcome of the elections (see attached article from Brookings). The right to life and democratic government both are rooted in the Gospel. Their rejection at the highest level in our oldest democracy is shocking, sad and dangerous for America, the West and the world.  American Christians have nobody to vote for. 


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Frans A.M. Alting von Geusau

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