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Trump Elected President, Thanks to 4 in 5 White Evangelicals
« Reply #368 on: November 14, 2016, 07:03:37 AM »

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Trump Elected President, Thanks to 4 in 5 White Evangelicals

Dramatic election ends with historic victory for Donald Trump.


Exit polls suggest that “Never Trump” was never a likely outcome for white evangelical voters, who showed up to support President-elect Donald Trump at their highest margin since 2004.


Despite reservations expressed by many evangelical and Republican leaders, white born-again/evangelical Christians cast their ballots for the controversial real estate mogul-turned-politician at an 81 percent to 16 percent margin over Hillary Clinton.


Evangelicals of color—who represent 2 in 5 evangelicals, but aren’t segmented out in most national political polls—largely preferred Clinton leading up to the election. But she ultimately underperformed among Hispanics and African Americans compared to President Barack Obama before her.


“The story here continues to be continuity in the strength of evangelical support for GOP candidates, rather than greater intensity,” said Kevin den Dulk, political science professor at Calvin College. “I suspect there’s some underlying changes in polling responses that would make Trump’s evangelical support seem greater than it has in the past.”


As a wave of disappointed voters announced on Twitter that Trump’s election has led them to drop the label evangelical, den Dulk speculated that evangelical believers who voted for Clinton may have been less likely to identify that way in exit polls, widening the born-again gap between the two candidates.


While Clinton’s campaign largely ignored evangelical outreach (unlike Obama), Trump spent much of the months leading up to Election Day directly courting evangelical support. Those voters—particularly in battleground states such as Ohio, North Carolina, and Florida—proved to be one of ...

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Lovekindness: A Post-Election Path for Christians in America
« Reply #369 on: November 15, 2016, 07:15:20 AM »
Lovekindness: A Post-Election Path for Christians in America

Democracy sees the value of dialogue for the common good.


Where do we go from here?


It is November 9, and after an exhaustingly long, divisive election that has at times felt apocalyptic, America now has a new President-elect, Donald Trump. But while there has been resolution to the long-contested question of who will occupy the White House come February, the problems that gave rise to (and were exacerbated by) this horrific election will not be gone from America.


We are a nation divided. And the wedges were driven deeper by the vitriol of this campaign. We state our intractable views on everything from race to religion to class to sexuality to culture to Colin Kaepernick. Facebook used to be a place where friends shared updates and photos. Now, it’s a forum for overheated ranting among strangers.


Sadly, Christian communities have been complicit in this culture of divisiveness. Whether the topic is Trump, transgenderism, or refugees, on any given day the Christian Twitterverse is barely distinguishable from any other angry subculture.


American Christians, like all Americans, are being conditioned by the rhetoric of division. It’s the air we breathe on 24-hour cable news, on social media, and in the click-bait articles that favor unnuanced and polarizing headlines. How can a 20-minute Sunday sermon on charity and forbearance compete with 20 hours a week of cable news fear mongering and its polarizing spin? It’s clear that many of our hearts have been formed more by the liturgies of radio talk show hosts than the lessons of Jesus.


For Christians in America, this election should be a wake-up call that we may be losing our salt-and-light calling to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us. Many of us are instead demonizing our enemies and picketing those who ...

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Re: Trump Elected President, Thanks to 4 in 5 White Evangelicals
« Reply #370 on: November 15, 2016, 12:14:44 PM »
Trump Elected President, Thanks to 4 in 5 White Evangelicals

<p class="deck">Dramatic election ends with historic victory for Donald Trump.</p>

<p class="text">Exit polls suggest that ?Never Trump? was never a likely outcome for white evangelical voters, who showed up to support President-elect Donald Trump at their highest margin since 2004.</p>

<p class="text">Despite reservations <a href="https://world.wng.org/2016/10/trump_faces_growing_evangelical_backlash" target="_blank" class="">expressed[/url] by many evangelical and Republican leaders, white born-again/evangelical Christians cast their ballots for the controversial real estate mogul-turned-politician at an 81 percent to 16 percent margin over Hillary Clinton.</p>

<p class="text">Evangelicals of color?who represent 2 in 5 evangelicals, but aren?t segmented out in most national political polls?largely <a href="http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2016/october/most-evangelicals-not-voting-trump-beliefs-identity-lifeway.html" class="">preferred Clinton[/url] leading up to the election. But she ultimately underperformed among Hispanics and African Americans compared to President Barack Obama before her.</p>

<p class="text">?The story here continues to be continuity in the strength of evangelical support for GOP candidates, rather than greater intensity,? said Kevin den Dulk, political science professor at Calvin College. ?I suspect there?s some underlying changes in polling responses that would make Trump?s evangelical support seem greater than it has in the past.?</p>

<p class="text">As a wave of disappointed voters announced on Twitter that Trump?s election has led them to drop the label evangelical, den Dulk speculated that evangelical believers who voted for Clinton may have been less likely to identify that way in exit polls, widening the born-again gap between the two candidates.</p>

<p class="text">While Clinton?s campaign largely ignored evangelical outreach (unlike Obama), Trump spent much of the months leading up to Election Day directly courting evangelical support. Those voters?particularly in battleground states such as Ohio, North Carolina, and Florida?proved to be one of ...</p><p class="more">Continue reading...</p><div class="feedflare">

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What Do White Evangelicals Owe People of Color in Trump’s America They Helped Create?

We carry each other’s burdens now so we can cry out with one voice for eternity.


In 2010, visual artist Gene Schmidt embarked on a journey using Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, as his canvas. Schmidt used panels of scrap wood to recreate 1 Corinthians 13 and laid it out against buildings and along sidewalks throughout the city. His work of art is now displayed throughout Wheaton College’s campus. Every day, as I walk into the Billy Graham Center, I see a section of these scrap pieces.


Here is the portion I see: “If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal.”


Without love we have nothing as the Body of Christ.


The past 48 hours I’ve done interviews with reporters asking, “Where do we go from here? Where does the Church go from here?” I’ve gotten tweets and emails and seen endless posts that have one common thread, which I believe is critical for us if we are truly to walk together as one in the coming days. This thread is the need for authentic repentance and reconciliation.


A Deep Divide


What was once perhaps in the background has emerged to the surface: a deep divide between White, Black, Latino, and Christians of varying backgrounds. With estimates that 4 out of 5 White Evangelicals voted for Trump, many non-White Evangelicals feel betrayed.


Many are asking, How can White Evangelicals shut their eyes to the reality of a man (Trump) who seemingly allows and even perpetuates painful and ongoing wounds that many of our brothers and sisters deal with each day—prejudice, harassment, marginalization, violence, and rejection? How can White Evangelicals check that ‘yes’ box to a man (Trump) who, by his very life, seems to demonstrate a lack of the very love and unity we are called towards ...

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What Do White Evangelicals Owe People of Color in Trump’s America They Helped Create?

<p class="deck">We carry each other’s burdens now so we can cry out with one voice for eternity.</p>

<p class="text">In 2010, visual artist Gene Schmidt embarked on a journey using Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, as his canvas. Schmidt used panels of scrap wood to recreate 1 Corinthians 13 and laid it out against buildings and along sidewalks throughout the city. His work of art is now displayed throughout Wheaton College?s campus. Every day, as I walk into the Billy Graham Center, I see a section of these scrap pieces.</p>

<p class="text">Here is the portion I see: ?If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal.?</p>

<p class="text">Without love we have nothing as the Body of Christ.</p>

<p class="text">The past 48 hours I?ve done interviews with reporters asking, ?Where do we go from here? Where does the Church go from here?? I?ve gotten tweets and emails and seen endless posts that have one common thread, which I believe is critical for us if we are truly to walk together as one in the coming days. This thread is the need for authentic repentance and reconciliation.</p>

<h4 class="subhead">A Deep Divide</h4>

<p class="text">What was once perhaps in the background has emerged to the surface: a deep divide between White, Black, Latino, and Christians of varying backgrounds. With estimates that <a

Sorry pal, but if any apology is called for, it should come from you for writing such a malicious diatribe.
Your fake Christian empathy just reinforces the false narrative that the liberal left media has been selling people for decades. Shame shame shame!

This has to be one of the worst articles I have read from CF Family.
Its nothing more than liberal leftie propaganda masquerading as spiritual Christianity. No wonder the institutional church is so degenerate these days.

The title and content is filled with accusations of guilt against white evangelicals who voted for Trump. The accusations against Trump are largely trumped up nonsense based more on the Democrat Party's propaganda than facts.
The article completely ignores the massive rise in demonstrable division caused by Obama's 8 year reign. It ignores the fact that unemployment among blacks has massively risen during Obama's reign of power.

It would be more appropriate that black evangelicals apologised to the whole of America for their deliberately racism when they voted for a black president solely on the basis of his colour, rather than ability for the job.


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Disturb us Lord, when we are too pleased with ourselves. When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little. When we arrived safely because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us Lord, to dare more boldly. To venture on wider seas. Where storms will show your mastery; Where, losing sight of land, we shall find the stars. We ask you to push back the horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future, in strength, courage, hope and love.                     (SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 1577)

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The Hospitable Gospel
« Reply #374 on: November 17, 2016, 07:15:20 AM »
The Hospitable Gospel

Jesus modeled hospitality in the Gospels and commanded it in Acts


There is no greater news than this: “The God of the Universe knows you and loves you, and all of your sins and wrong doing. He forgives at His expense in Christ.”


In fact, Scripture says, “God proves His love for us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us.” This is truly good news full of hope and promise. It is only fitting that those who share this good news with others should exhibit acts of kindness while speaking words of grace.


Hospitality, and the utilizing of personal resources, should characterize the life of a Christian. In Matthew 10:42 we read, “And whoever in the name of a disciple gives to one of these little ones even a cup of cold water to drink, truly I say to you, he shall not lose his reward.”


Sometimes, the smallest act of human kindness produces the greatest effects, and opens doors for the gospel. Giving a cup of cold water on a hot day may open a door to share the love of God with another person. Have you ever offered your mail man an opportunity to use your bathroom while he is delivering the mail? I have and, in time, was eventually able to lead him to Christ, and also his children. It all started with a simple act of human kindness.


Beginning with a gift, an open heart or an open home can gain access to the heart of another. If the gospel is anything, it is hospitable; at least, it should be. I remember once when Margaret Taylor, wife of Ken Taylor (who developed The Living Bible), told me, “If you can only be hospitable when everything is set up perfectly, you will not be hospitable with any frequency.”


She also used to say, “Always be ready to show hospitality; the need may occur more often than you had time to prepare; therefore, always ...

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Global Evangelical Leaders: Trump’s Win Will Harm the Church’s Witness
« Reply #375 on: November 18, 2016, 07:03:12 AM »
Global Evangelical Leaders: Trump’s Win Will Harm the Church’s Witness

Conference call explores election consequences on evangelicals overseas.


Some evangelical leaders around the globe worry that the recent US presidential election has damaged Christian moral witness, and will fuel discord abroad.


In a conference call Tuesday, a week after Donald Trump’s win, more than 70 ministry presidents, pastors, and scholars spoke with concern as they discussed the ramifications of the American election on the global church.


The call was organized by Doug Birdsall, a former top leader of the Lausanne Movement and the American Bible Society, as part of his new Civilitas Group. Participants included evangelical representatives from Asia, Europe, and South America, as well as a diverse span of US church leaders.


“One of the things that America was stood for in the past was moral leadership and character. Over the past few decades, it has slowly dissipated,” said Hwa Yung, longtime bishop of the Methodist Church in Malaysia. “In this election you have produced two candidates, both of whom are deeply flawed in character. The question people around the world are asking is, ‘Is this what America is today?’ The election has done great damage to your moral standing in the eyes of the world.”


The group of global leaders noted that, from a distance, American politics can get conflated with Christian priorities, given that a solid majority of white American evangelicals elected the new president into office.


“There is massive disappointment within Christian communities in most of central and eastern Europe, [and] concern about the loss of credibility of Christian witness—especially the credibility of the evangelicals,” said Peter Kuzmic, an evangelical scholar in Croatia. “If the president-elect represents Christian values, ...

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