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There has always been a connection between the conservative political movement and Bible-believing Christians, particularly evangelicals. Not all conservatives are evangelicals and not all evangelicals are conservatives, but the two groups share concerns even if they have different reasons for them.
The intersection of faith, culture, and politics has become more congested in recent years. Secular and religious considerations have become more aligned. For example, the Biblical understanding of men and women matches the conservative principles guiding the right in the cultural gender debate.
Arguably no topic brings more alignment between evangelicals and conservatives than finances. The Bible depicts high taxes as evil. It encourages private charity as superior to government handouts. Debt is discouraged in the Bible, and not paying back debt is called “wicked” in Psalm 37:21. All of these principles align with conservative values, but the most compelling synchronicity is in the shared perspective on hard work.
Proverbs 28:19 says, “He that tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread: But he that followeth after vain persons shall have poverty enough.”
Earning money can be challenging enough in modern western society,