"No, Christians should not vote for Ron Paul" is an interesting article by Steve C. Halbrook on why Christians should not vote for Ron Paul. This is actually the 3rd in a series of articles, and a response to and article entitled "Yes, Christians should vote for Ron Paul" and a follow up to "Should Christians vote for Ron Paul?". For the record I'm not a Theonomist. However, the article does bring up some valid points and is well written and sourced.
In particular, these words at the start of the article:
"Before we begin, we must make clear what this critique is not about. It is not about personal animosity...[snip] Furthermore, in regards to Ron Paul, we are not attempting to malign his character; in fact, we believe he has several admirable character traits [snip]
...The reason we are criticizing him, even strongly, is that we do not believe he is biblically qualified to be a civil ruler [snip]"
I am posting the article here as opposed to the main forum, in an effort to avoid the vitriol that posts of this kind so often divolve into on the main page. I look forward to reading peoples thoughts - MAB