There is something more important than our views of the controversial candidate.
A large segment of evangelicals look at Donald Trump and his followers and want to run in the opposite direction. The problem is that a lot of Trump's followers are their brothers and sisters in Christ. Politico reported yesterday on an NBC News/Survey Monkey poll that 37 percent of white evangelical Republicans support his candidacy. Yesterday, Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, and Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress endorsed Trump; this following Franklin Graham's endorsement of Trump's immigration views in December. Such evangelical support makes that first group of evangelicals really nervous. ... continue reading >>