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“This is the election 2020 deserves”: Two biblical ways to cope while we wait

Protesters march while holding a banner during the demonstration Protect the Results march that started from New York Public Library in Bryant Park to Washington Square Park during the 2020 Presidential election in New York City, U.S. (Photo by John Nacion / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

Americans are still waiting for votes to be counted in Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. Both Joe Biden and Donald Trump need some combination of these states’ electoral votes to win the White House. Lawsuits are being contested in several states as well.

I was being interviewed on radio this week when the host noted, “This is the election 2020 deserves.” Here’s what he meant: the year began as 1974 with impeachment, then it became 1918 with the pandemic, 2008 with the recession, 1968 with street riots, and now 2000 with delayed election results. 

However, the last fact is the least surprising in the list. 

Contested elections are nothing new in the US. Except for the 1860 election that led to the Civil War, the rule of law prevailed each time. 

Nonetheless, given the enormity of the stakes, it’s difficult to be patient while waiting for such momentous results. In this context, Christopher Ojeda, a political science professor at the University of Tennessee, wrote an article on “coping with post-election blues” that caught my eye. He advises us to “focus on healthy living” by taking breaks from the news and politics, limiting time on social media, seeking out social support, affirming the value of democracy, and continuing to participate in the political process. 

His article spurred this question: What are biblical ways to cope with such a divisive election and its enormous consequences? 

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