Recently, the presumptive presidential nominees of both major political parties participated in a nationally televised forum at which they discussed not only their positions on a number of important issues, but also answered questions that revealed their worldview.
As a member of the Center for Moral Clarity, a national Christian grassroots organization, I am convinced that a leader’s worldview is the most important thing a follower can know about him or her. To that end, I want to ask you some of the same questions that were asked at the recent presidential forum:
- At what point does a baby get human rights?
- How do you define marriage?
- Does evil exist? And if it does, what should we do to counter it?
- Should all citizens have the right to publicly profess and observe their religious faith?
I look forward to learning your responses to these questions.