Evangelical publications take different sides on Trump.
"Out of love for Jesus and his church, not for political partisanship or intellectual elitism, this is why we feel compelled to say that the alliance of American evangelicalism with this presidency has wrought enormous damage to Christian witness," the publication stated.
Fox's Sandra Smith and Chris Wallace suggest Trump was behaving like a "savvy politician" rather than an unglued lunatic with his unhinged response to the op-ed in Christianity Today.
I guess I should be impressed that Mark Galli, the editor in chief of Christianity Today, has written an editorial for the magazine that calls for President Trump's removal from office. But I can't help noting this fact about Galli.
"Who's gonna protect you when I'm gone?" seems to be the theme of his latest rant.
Fox News hosts Sandra Smith and Chris Wallace suggested Trump was behaving like a savvy politician instead of a raging child.
Whom will evangelicals serve? Their God or their god?
Editor Mark Galli joined CNN's John Berman to explain his reasons for writing an op-ed calling for Trump's removal from office by election or impeachment at the same time Trump was tweeting his displeasure.
Who'd a thunk it?
Christianity Today is taking a risk by stepping out against Donald Trump, but they are exactly right.