...Is that he has no Christian doppelganger.
When everyone was outraged that a law in Indiana would protect Christians who didn't want to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding, what public representative of Christianity stood up and said 'Fuck these corporations, this law is necessary and we should stand by it'? Instead we had people either going completely radio silent, or fretting about how they were being misrepresented.
Prominent Christian leaders of the past decade have been absolutely obsessed with appearing open-minded, civil and unwilling to cause offense to anyone except Christians. They apologize for everything, beg for forgiveness, and heap praise on people - even ideologies - that want to destroy them.
Regardless of how Trump's candidacy shakes out, I hope he imparts a lesson to at least some Christians that meekly seeking 'dialogue' with people who seek your ruin, and apologizing constantly for any effect the faith has had on the world, is not some master strategy that shows the world how humble you are and glorifies God with your meekness. It's merely pathetic.
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