Donald Trump

‘Love your enemies’ is a command, not a suggestion

At the recent National Prayer Breakfast, “Arthur Brooks, a Harvard professor and president of a conservative think tank, had decried a ‘crisis of contempt and polarization’ and urged his listeners to ‘love your enemies.’” In response, President Trump remarked, “I don't know if I agree with you” - Michael Brown

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“Extreme Middle” – Christianity Today's new editor on the magazine's political posture

"Politics and theology both exist on broad continuums. By virtue of Mark Galli’s editorial and CT president Tim Dalrymple’s follow-up, we’ve situated ourselves on these continuums in a kind of extreme middle—in censorial critique of the president and yet open to conversation as well as critique." - Daniel Harrell

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GOP Rep Says Pilate Afforded More Rights to Jesus Than Democrats Have Afforded to Trump

"Rep. Barry Loudermilk ended up trending on social media after his comments, in which he compared what Trump is going through to that of what Jesus went through, being accused of crimes he did not commit." - Faithwire

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The Lord Hath Chosen... Donald Trump?

"Too many Christians who compare Trump to David seem to have forgotten the king who came before—and how his story has perhaps better parallels to our current age....King Saul’s rise and fall is an example of God granting his people what they want—and then making them endure many of the consequences of their own foolishness." - The Dispatch

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Franklin Graham labels Trump opposition ‘demonic’; Rick Perry labels Trump ‘chosen one’

Peter Wehner: “There is no biblical or theological case to support the claim that critics of Donald Trump are under the spell of Satan. It is invented out of thin air, a shallow, wild, and reckless charge meant to be a conversation stopper” - Christian Post

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