If We Truly Lived in a Christian Nation Donald Trump Would Not be Winning

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  1. InTheLight

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    On Wednesday night, the front runner for the Republican nomination for president, an alleged adult man, tweeted an unflattering picture of his opponent’s wife and insinuated that his own wife is hotter.

    For the record, Donald Trump’s current wife — a woman 25 years his junior who used to take her clothes off and pose for pictures for money — is his third, who he married after dumping his second, Marla, with whom he cheated on his first, Ivana, who, according to allegations in a sworn deposition, he once brutally assaulted.

    [Trump] has never repented, apologized, or admitted that he did anything wrong. He laughed in God’s face and said he does not need His forgiveness. He boasts of his adultery, happily recommends that other husbands leave their wives just as he did, encourages men to look at women as “pieces of ass,” and advises them to “treat women like sh*t.” And this is the man millions of Christians want to be president.

    The shameful, morally unjustifiable support Trump enjoys among Christian voters and prominent Christian leaders like Robert Jeffress is considered one of the most confusing aspects of this election cycle. But it isn’t all that confusing. Christianity has long been on the decline in the United States, and Donald Trump is just one of the many beneficiaries of its collapse.

    It’s important to realize that he isn’t winning in spite of “Christians” — he’s winning because of them. This billionaire reality show character who funded liberal Democrats for decades, supported infanticide, and donated recently to radical gay activists, swept the “Bible Belt.” He lost in Texas and Oklahoma, but won, sometimes dominantly, in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, Kentucky and North Carolina. He claimed almost half the Christian vote in Florida. He lapped the field in Arizona, a state with about an 85 to 90 percent Christian population.

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  2. Revmitchell

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    They wouldn't have voted for Obama either
     
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    . . . or Clinton
     
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    It's sad. But again, the same folks set aside all sanity and voted for a Mormon who summarily rejects Jesus Christ. So voting for Donald ain't that far of a stretch.

    Now that whole 85 to 90 percent Christian population in Arizona is a stretch.
     

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