In this final week of the upcoming NSW State election, there is still much angst amongst Christians on how best they should cast their vote for the NSW Legislative Council (Upper House) to reflect their faith and biblical beliefs.
With the demise of the Christian Democratic Party (CDP) and now the retirement (at these elections) of its leader the Rev Hon Fred Nile MLC, there will not be, after 42 years, a Christian political party represented on the ballot paper on March 25.
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