Politically Homeless Christians Are Rejected by Democrats and Republicans

The Republican Party has embraced religious fundamentalism, a false version of Christianity that is antithetical to the teachings of Jesus Christ, while the Democratic Party has created an irrational and divisive secular fundamentalism often seeming to attack religion itself. These two forces have coalesced to force Christians into a state of political homelessness.

But, Jim Wallis says, despite being left in the cold, Christian and other religious voters have an opportunity to wield political clout that can abolish the false binary choice of conservative or liberal and bring our nation to a higher moral ground by instead choosing between what is right or wrong.