Evangelical Christians are no longer concerned about a public official who "commits an immoral act in their personal life." Imagine that.
Trump booster grifter Pastor Robert Jeffress tells Fox & Friends that evangelical Christian followers of President Donald Trump tend to have "deeper convictions" than other believers.
Frank Schaeffer blasts evangelical Christians for their support of Trump and how he's become part of their "absolutist theology" which is impossible to argue with.
Evangelical Christians threaten one of their own for daring to criticize Trump, who least resembles a good Christian.
Republican voters really will believe anything if it's uttered by or on behalf of someone they think has the ability to kick liberal/immigrant/Muslim ass.
Ben Carson proclaimed evangelicals aren't looking for a "preacher-in-chief" but a real leader. So they went with a reality TV star.
They have, after all, sold their souls to Lucifer himself, hoping he'll give them "so much winning."
Cruz tramples on core Evangelical beliefs like forgiveness, grace and repentance, and they love it.
Ted Cruz's victory was a testament to something, but the power of the grass roots ain't it.
Megachurch Pastor Jeffress rationalizes the faux faith of Donald Trump.
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