Evangelicals were right to vote for Donald Trump in 2016 and again in 2020
Al Mohler admits Donald Trump has better character than Joe Biden
Last night Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the US Supreme Court and following the vote was sworn-in by Justice Clarence Thomas at the White House. President Donald Trump looked on as Barrett became the 115th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. This marks the third nomination made by President Trump confirmed to the Supreme Court.
It is huge. The rule of law and protection of life and liberty were the reasons conservative Evangelical Christians voted for Donald Trump in 2016. He kept every promise he made to evangelicals. And then some.
It validates every single Christian vote cast for President Trump in 2016.
And now, it is even more important for every single Christian voter to honor the President by returning him to office.
He kept his promises to us. Now, let us keep our promise to him.
Of course, the Never Trumpers in Evangelicalism are out in force to say the Supreme Court and having a Republican President mean nothing in the fight against abortion.
But, if Amy Coney Barrett were not a huge victory for the pro-life cause, then why did Planned Parenthood fight against her?
If Amy Coney Barrett were not a huge victory for the Rule of Law, then why are Democrats pledging to pack the court?
All of this proves the very future of the Republic is at stake in November.
Your rights, your liberties and your church’s freedom of worship are on the ballot.
Democrats pledge an oppressive, anti-Christian program.
However, one thing is clear—anyone voting for Biden is doing the work of antichrist. Now, that does not mean one must vote for Trump. Yet, that is the most effective way to fight evil and secure the good—our life, liberty and property from Democrats.
More and more Evangelicals recognize this fact.
Even, embattled Southern Baptist Theological Seminary head Al Mohler is no longer NeverTrump.
Al Mohler says in 2020 what he should’ve said in 2016.
Mohler endorsed Trump and released an essay yesterday that explains some of his reasons.
“I believe that, in a fallen world, all politics is some mixture of good and evil, all political gains are partial, and the perfect is—often tragically—the enemy of the good,” Al Mohler writes.
This is very good. It is something Mohler should’ve recognized in 2016, but better late than never.
Mohler admits Trump has kept his promises. Something, other pro-life Republicans have not always done.
“I doubted that Donald Trump meant to fulfill his promises. I was wrong,” Mohler writes. “As I told the New Yorker in an article that was just published, ‘He actually did what he said he’d do,’ adding, “It’s the oddest thing.’… In terms of presidential action, Donald Trump has been the most effective and consequential pro-life president of the modern age. Furthermore, in both executive actions and court appointments, President Trump has gone far beyond what would have been politically necessary to secure his base. He has staked his place in history.”
Mohler goes further and admits that character matters—and Trump has better character than Joe Biden.
“But character is some strange combination of the personal, the principled, and the practical,” Mohler writes. “Let me put it another way—I cannot accept the argument that a calm man who affirms the dismembering of babies in the womb has a superior character to a man who rants like Genghis Khan but acts to preserve that life.”
So, Mohler is saying in 2020 what he should’ve said in 2016. Great.
Now, will he join us in getting rid of the Democrats in our ranks? Will he purge the Woke professors and leaders at his seminary? Will he stand against the lifelong Democrat running one of our entities?
If not, that speaks about Mohler’s leadership and principles. He platformed almost all the Woke, Social Justice leaders in the SBC.
He helped make the mess.
Now is the time to root out the Social Justice Gospel heresy from our Southern Baptist Convention. Let’s start with placing all Joe Biden voters under church discipline. Let us expel any church with a pastor who openly admits to voting for Joe Biden.
Talk is cheap.
If Mohler is serious, he will act.
And if he refuses to act, then it falls to everyone else to take up the burden and root out there heretical Social Justice Gospel.