From PJ Media: Do Some Evangelicals Go too Far in Their Efforts to Bring Patriotism into the Church?

The 2016 presidential election brought politics and faith together in a way that excited some evangelical voters but made others uneasy. Then-candidate Donald Trump courted the evangelical vote in an astonishing and unprecedented way, and the melding of Christianity and nationalism created a most unusual marriage.

Trump’s nationalism combined with the effort to win evangelical voters gave some Protestant leaders, like the Southern Baptist Convention’s Russell Moore, pause. Other leaders, like Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. and Texas pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress, placed themselves firmly within the Trump camp, which paid off come Election Day.

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