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The Christian Post's Top 10 Most Popular Op-Eds of 2016

The Christian Post's Top 10 Most Popular Op-Eds of 2016

Hillary Clinton speaks to the Children's Defense Fund in Washington. | (Photo: Reuters/Joshua Roberts)

1. Hillary Clinton Is the Best Choice for Voters Against Abortion, by Eric Sapp 

Editor Note: For a response, see "Hillary Clinton Is a Dangerous Choice for Voters Against Abortion (A Response to Eric Sapp)."

In my recent op-ed on how there was no Biblically-consistent way for evangelicals to justify voting for Trump, I touched on the false promises Republicans — and Trump in particular — have been making around abortion. A number of people asked that I expand on that point, and given the importance of abortion to many evangelicals, it's worth a closer and more honest look.

I'll start by saying that I don't think Christians should be single-issue voters since Christ's ministry wasn't single-issue. But if your concern for the unborn determines your vote, Hillary Clinton should be your candidate.

I imagine there might be a reader or two right about now saying, "But Hillary Clinton is pro-choice!"

That's true. She has never promised to overturn Roe. She even famously said that "abortion should be safe, legal, and rare." But all of that is largely immaterial to the question of saving unborn babies.

Here's the question pro-life Christians must ask: do we care more about talking about the unborn, or do we actually want to do something to prevent abortions?

Keep reading here.

Napp Nazworth is the politics and opinion editor of The Christian Post.

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