(RNS) — In the days after Donald Trump’s surprise election in 2016, conservative evangelical Christians made clear their high expectations for the president they had helped put into office.
Has Trump met those expectations?
NASHVILLE (BP) -- About one in four Americans say they are evangelical Christians. Most of them are white, live in the South and identify as Republican. Many go to church every week.
But they're not always sure what they believe.
(RNS) Eugene Peterson discovered painfully last week that the evangelical establishment will immediately seek to destroy anyone who breaks with their understanding of orthodoxy on LGBTQ issues.
Nothing you did before matters. Nothing else you believe matters.
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