Believers in the U.S. often feel politically homeless, as no political party or politician aligns perfectly with the ideals of their faith. This has felt truer than ever during this year’s presidential election. As Nov. 3 nears, many are still struggling with how to put belief into action at the ballot box.
Should the faithful opt for a candidate who wants to “welcome the stranger”? Or one who puts immigrants in cages before deporting them?
Should they support the one who’s bringing fractious nations to “live in harmony” with one another in the Middle East? Or should they select the fellow who was vice president in an administration that perfected the art of the drone strike?