Hey Trump Christians – these questions are for you. How do you feel, supporting a President that claims to be the best President ever for Christians, and yet acts the opposite of what Jesus told us to act? Two says ago, Trump said, “We are a very reciprocal nation with me as the head. When somebody does something negative to us in terms of a country, we do it to them.” In other words, we repay evil with evil. Does that sound even remotely like something Jesus ever taught? Does it bother you that your chosen candidate says and does things like this? On top of that, consider the likelihood that you support Trump because of his claims about being so much in favor of Christians.
If you are unhappy with it, where is your voice? More and more, polls show that the U.S. is no longer a Christian nation. The fact that we have a leader who blatantly acts very un-Christian and yet claims to be so supportive of Christians tells us something. It tells us that the polls are right. We are more un-Christian as a nation. A nation of individuals. Individuals who seem to have lost sight of what Christianity is really about. Or maybe we’re just a nation of so-called Christians who look to the devil to promote our Christian religion?
That might sound a bit strong. Maybe very strong. And yet, when so many Christians – including Christian leaders – are so silent when their candidate of choice says and does things like this. When Trump claims to be so pro-Christian, where is the push-back or the talk of the reality of what he really does being so anti-Christian? And it’s the same thing when he speaks like this. Where’s the push-back, asking how someone who claims to be so pro-Christian can say things like that? Isn’t accountability part of Christianity anymore?