I am glad you attended church as a child and serve as a elder in your church. Let me ask you something: How in the hell could you have voted for the these most non-christain folk? The stand for nothing even close to what Christainity is about. Just a few links for you to consider reading.
I vote for Democrats just like the other 90% of the Black Christians who vote for Democrats. I do not see how anyone can say Biden is less of a Christian than Donald Trump.
Here is a comment from the sovereign nation article you linked:
. We should say the resolution is for nonchristians. Also, we should not be surprised by this either. Whether you are Republican or Democrat you will never find a party that will perfectly align with Christian values. God is our compass for what to vote for. If you feel you must vote Democrat one election and Republican another than you can. Personally, I don’t believe our current president has Christian interests at heart.
The article was published in September 2019 when Trump was President.
The second article from the Christian Post focuses its argument on abortions. While I agree that abortion is a sin, the sin is being committed by the person who chooses to have the abortion. The argument is that because the Democratic party supports abortion, a Christian should not vote democrat. Of course, you know many highly educated Black Pastors do not subscribe to that view and believe the decision to have an abortion is a personal decision that government should not control. Additionally, no law should be enacted solely on the basis of the religious views of the majority.
Rev. Warnock blasted for being a ’pro-choice pastor,’ but his position isn’t uncommonhttps://religionnews.com/2020/12/18/rev-warnock-blasted-for-being-a-pro-choice-pastor-but-his-position-isnt-uncommon/
The Blaze article and the Kamala Harris also discuss the abortion issue which I've already addressed.
While some Christians will cite abortion as the reasons why they can't vote for Democrat, other Christians say that the GOP views on taxes and poor people prevent them for voting for the GOP
Christians cannot serve both God and the GOP
To the first Christians, the concept of personal property was anathema: “No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own” and “they shared everything they had.”
Property was sold and the proceeds “distributed to anyone who had need.”
Beyond issues of wealth and property, biblical scripture is crystal clear on the subject of taxes. Right-wing Christians railing against taxation would be wise to remember Jesus’ unambiguous commands to pay taxes in full and without complaint.
The same goes for vitriolic attacks, frequently perpetrated by self-described right-wing Christians, on elected political leaders. Such attacks run entirely contrary to explicit biblical guidance regarding interactions with governing authorities.
Perhaps more importantly, millions of American Christians base their political decisions solely on the issue of abortion. Throughout all of the scriptures, however, Jesus does not say a single word about abortion.https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/459296-christians-cannot-serve-both-god-and-the-gop