Lifelong Learning – Election 2012

Many Seventh-day Adventists, including those living in the United States, have the opportunity to shape their government by exercising their right as citizens to vote. To that end, the Adventist Review publishes occasional articles that focus on Biblical principles that should guide believers as they consider their participation in the electoral process. Neither the Adventist Review nor the Seventh-day Adventist Church endorses political candidates or political parties, urging that each person should consider how to best respond to the opportunities and responsibilities of being a citizen in a democracy.–Adventist Review Editors

During this election season the Adventist Review presents two articles on biblical principles for exercising our citizenship. Pastor Ryan Bell shares “Loving Your Neighbor at the Ballot Box,” and S. Joseph Kidder authors “Voting Wisely.”

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