Ronald J. Sider is Distinguished Professor emeritus of Theology, Holistic Ministry and Public Policy, Palmer Theological Seminary at Eastern University and author of Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger.
"I commend this book to anyone struggling to align their faith with their choices at the ballot box."--Tony Hall, Ambassador and former U.S. Representative (1979-2002); author of Changing the Face of Hunger "Whether you agree or disagree with these voices, I believe their perspectives and arguments are urgently in need of being heard. These authors have tried to listen carefully--to Donald Trump, to his supporters and detractors, and to the national and international climate of our day. Beyond that, however, they are all people trying to listen as deeply and wisely to God in Jesus Christ as they can."--Mark Labberton, evangelical scholar and theologian "The authors warn of the spiritual damage to the soul and witness of evangelicalism in America. Issues of character, speech, and behavior as well as policy choices on racial justice, immigration, treatment of women, and the needs of the poor should be shaped by the teaching and example of Jesus and the Scriptures. Christian witness and faithfulness to the gospel are all at stake."--Roberta Hestenes, Presbyterian minister; former President, Eastern University; theology faculty member, Fuller Seminary; International Minister-at-Large, World Vision "A sharp contrast to curt, snarky remarks through social media, this book is a Christ-centered, prophetic expose of social, political, and spiritual danger. Essential reading!"--Al Tizon, Executive Minister of Serve Globally, Evangelical Covenant Church "I pray that this book will help spark conversations across the country that will finally end the silence of white evangelicals. It's time to move from caution to courage in the most important election of our lifetimes."--Jim Wallis, Founder and President, Sojourners "My hope and prayer is that all Christians, whatever their present political leanings, will be open to the case made in this book."--Tremper Longman III, author of The Bible and the Ballot: Using Scripture in Political Decisions