My Faith Votes recently sat down with Dennis Prager, conservative radio host, author and co-founder of Prager University.

The wide-ranging conversation — which can be seen here and at the bottom of this article — touched on the political and cultural divide in America, how the ideology of the Left constitutes a godless religion that has infiltrated society’s core, raising boys in today’s culture — and Big Tech’s biased censorship of over 100 PragerU videos.

To me, though, the most important part of our time with Dennis Prager was the few minutes we discussed why some people choose not to vote.

While the percentage changes from election to election, in general about 60 percent of eligible voters participate in presidential elections and even fewer, roughly 40 percent, participate in midterm elections.

How sad!

Even worse, notice those numbers are only based on eligible voters, not the entire population.

Politics in America has gotten so nasty, so discordant and so partisan — the speaker of the House, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), just told her members she hopes to see the president in prison!

So it’s not hard to understand why some would choose to stay as far away from the mess as possible.

Yet for people of faith who don’t vote, Prager had a quick and stark message: “Shame on them!”

America, he exclaimed, is the most God-centered, free country in the history of the world, founded by people who believed in God.

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Our motto is even “In God We Trust.”

This is why, Prager said, “God will ask you, ‘Why didn’t you vote to sustain it?’”

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A religious man himself, Prager continued to note that he believed the action of sitting out elections — “not to care about the world,” in other words — rises to the level of sin.

“God has told you all He wants from you,” he added, quoting the Old Testament prophet Micah.

“’Pursue justice and loving kindness and walk humbly with your God.'”

How can any person faithfully pursue those things, yet not vote to impact our nation with the good of our Judeo-Christian values?

That’s a good question to consider.

See the video just below.

Jason Yates is CEO of My Faith Votes, a nonpartisan movement founded in 2015 that motivates, equips and activates Christians in America to vote in every election, transform our communities, and influence our nation with biblical truth. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) is the organization’s honorary national chairman. Find the group on Facebook here