“When millions of evangelicals helped elect Donald J. Trump to be the president in 2016, the vast majority of evangelicals weren’t looking for a political statesman—they were looking for a fighter—someone who saw the challenge for what it was, the fight of our lifetime.

Men who never see a single day on the battlefield will never understand the bloody nature of an actual fight, and neither will the cold unaffected critic who observes from a distance and lobs in their criticism from the safety of their corner office.

It’s a different kind of character that is found in courageous leadership, fortitude, and dogged determination. There is a deeper morality in keeping your promises AFTER you’ve been elected.”

This is an outstanding rebuttal to the Christianity Today article written this week!