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The 2016 election of President Donald Trump created significant conversations, not just about policies as in previous years, but about moral philosophy. Our social media feeds were filled with moral philosophers who contemplated whether we should be consequentialists or espouse an ethics of non-conflicting absolutes.

Many Christians have never had to confront the ethical dilemmas presented by these last two elections. …


Jason James

Lead Pastor of New Hope Church in Harlem, NY. I write about faith, politics, and culture.

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