A Proper Christian Response to the 2016 Indiana Primaries
#TRUMP has defeated his Republican rivals in six straight contests. In Indiana, he could demoralize them. Republican rivals in six straight contests. In Indiana, he could demoralize them.
@Stan Wayne would want us to believe that with this Trump would win the GOP nominations (though the math for that does not really add up)
@Henry Volk would want us to #feelTHEburn though the socialistic push by Bernie could be matched only by Hillary
Texans in the group @Roger David @John Conger @Ricky Grimsley may favor Cruz, but buddy is he between a rock and a hard place tonight?
@Alan N Carla Smith would want us to establish a moral compass that points beyond Hillary in this election, but as @Jon Sellers has pointed out before she is still very much a threat fear to the republican agenda
With this in mind, Christians, especially Pentecostal Christians, seem to be divided in the 2016 primaries. But will they come united at the end and what would be the theological significance of such union within the evangelical vote and the religious right?