Bible and elections

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The Bible speaks to elections and whim of the majority.

Several passages explain that it is wrong to follow the majority (Exodus 23:2; 32:21-24; I Samuel 15:24).

Yet the Epistle to the Romans does provide a biblical role for civil government (Romans 13:1-7).