The authors claimed that “evangelicals are willing to put aside Christian virtues of humility, charity and grace for the sake of a Trump political victory” and “if you’re an evangelical Christian you’re about to cast your lot with someone who goes against everything you believe.”
We appreciate the advice, but what good are our beliefs if we are not able to apply them to our personal and professional lives?
As Christians, our religious liberty is under attack by the secular left and the Democrats. Examples include pro-life pharmacists in Washington State forced to dispense abortion-causing agents despite their moral objection and the state of Vermont requiring physicians to refer patients for counseling on physician-assisted suicide, even if they are adamantly opposed to the practice.
Christians understand that others may not agree with our views but the Constitution guarantees our right to profess our beliefs and live as our conscience guides us. The reason for Christian support for Donald Trump and Republicans is simple: It’s freedom, stupid.