67 thoughts on “Why Are The Democrats Pushing Impeachment So Hard?

  1. It was funnier when Trump was threatening to stop reading their religious magazine. May as well boycott Peloton and Sweetgreen while he’s at it.

    Contrary to the common perception, when an adult man repeatedly engages in name-calling, that’s actually deemed by evangelicals to be a sure sign of his godliness.

  2. You should direct your questions & complaints to non-denominational Evangelicals, Emery. MBerg is a Presbyterian, I am Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.
    I believe salvation comes from Faith Alone, Grace Alone, Scripture Alone and Christ Alone.
    And God Alone receives the glory of this.
    Evangelical churches usually follow the Born Again or Anabaptist tradition. #nevertrumper David French is an evangelical minister. I do not know a lot about this tradition (nor do you), but evangelicals seem to believe that you can achieve grace by willing yourself not to sin. Being a sinner is an avoidable moral lapse caused by giving in to temptation.

  3. It is notable that there’s no attempt in you comments to dispute Christianity Today’s view that Trump engages in a “habitual string of mischaracterizations, lies, and slanders” and “gross immorality and ethical incompetence,” is “morally lost and confused,” and has a “bent and broken character.”

    It’s not enough that he’s dividing the political landscape, he’s carving up the Christian landscape too.

  4. It is notable that you confuse opinions and facts, Emery. Every Christian can find a bigger sinner than Trump by looking in the mirror (yes, even Obama, even Hillary Clinton, and even the editors of Christianity today).
    Non-Christians who want to judge the relative magnitude of Christian’s sins look silly.

  5. Ya gotta admit, it is comical the way Emery continually hopes to use Alinksky’s Rules for Radicals against SITD comment regulars. He’s a regular Wile E. Coyote.

    Em – buddy – “Make the other side live up to their own book of rules” only works if YOU KNOW THEIR BOOK OF RULES. Trying to make me – a Catholic – feel embarrassed because some Protestant magazine writers are pissed at President Trump, only demonstrates how little you understand about the people you’re trying to shame.

    Time to bone up on your Sun Tzu.

  6. Interesting behind the scenes action at Christianity Today. The editorial was written by a Mark Galli, who has already announced his retirement. The Graham family no longer has any connection to the mag. Galli admits that his brand of Evangelical Christianity has been rejected by the Christian right, they aren’t his readers.
    Trumps tweeted insult to CT was correct:
    “A far left magazine, or very progressive, as some would call it, which has been doing poorly and hasn’t been involved with the Billy Graham family for many years, Christianity Today, knows nothing about reading a perfect transcript of a routine phone call and would rather have a Radical Left nonbeliever, who wants to take your religion & your guns, than Donald Trump as your President. No President has done more for the Evangelical community, and it’s not even close. You’ll not get anything from those Dems on stage. I won’t be reading CT again!”

    This seems to be yet another occasion when a Lefty Christian’s opinion is talked about more by the Lefty media than the Christian community.

  7. How did the alternate Right and the Freedom Caucus, ostensibly fiscal conservatives and Christian Evangelicals, become persuaded that Russian National Interests should supersede US National Interests. How did they become persuaded that McCain or now Dingle, should be regarded as an enemy but not Putin?

    “The hard right has no interest in religion except to manipulate it.” ~ “Rev. Billy Graham

  8. Alternate right
    Freedom Caucus
    fiscal conservative

    Step away from the buzzword generator.

  9. I understand what you are saying, but it kind of reflects the “no true Scotsman” logical fallacy.

  10. How did the alternate Right and the Freedom Caucus, ostensibly fiscal conservatives and Christian Evangelicals, become persuaded that Russian National Interests should supersede US National Interests. How did they become persuaded that McCain or now Dingle, should be regarded as an enemy but not Putin?
    Maybe you should find some conservative who believes all of this and ask him?
    In other words, you are spouting nonsense, probably regurgitating things you read on some far-left website.

  11. “I’m not really making a political judgment about him, because that’s not our expertise at Christianity Today. I am making a moral judgement that he’s morally unfit.” ~ Mark Galli Christianity Today editorHow’s

  12. For a guy who’s not “making a political judgment,” he’s certainly advocating a political remedy. Sounds like back-peddling, to me. Here’s what he wrote:


    Galli wants to sit in judgment of who is moral enough to hold public office. The Founders explicitly rejected religious tests for public office. Time to ask ourselves who chose the wiser path.

  13. One of those Christians who love to judge other Christians.
    How morally fit was Obama? He voted for infanticide when he was an Illinois assemblyman. Galli loves bourgeois values, not Christian values.

  14. God forbid a Christian magazine should tell the truth and its message angers its Christian readers, 😂

    The difference between Evangelicals who speak out against Trump and those who support him in fear of his base is the difference between the moral authority of Christ and the money changers in His Temple.

  15. Russian interests? Um, since the election, Trump has relentlessly promoted fracking, oil pipelines, and export rules that put the hurt on Russia. He’s rewritten the rules of engagement on Syria to allow our armed forces to bomb the snot out of a couple hundred Russian soldiers when they (their superiors) were dumb enough to be in the firing zone in Syria. He’s eliminated the Iran debacle and sent arms to Ukraine while campaigning strongly against a new natural gas pipeline from Russia to Western Europe.

    If that’s “pro-Russia”, I’d hate to see what anti-Russia would look like. One thing for sure; it wouldn’t look like the policies of the Obama administration, and it certainly wouldn’t look like what Hilliary would have done. It would be d**ned close to war, and I would at least hope that Democrats might remember why that might be an extremely bad idea.

  16. There is nothing more amusing than watching leftist degenerates cite Christian morals.

    They have the blood of innocents on their hands, literally and figuratively, but pop their little corks when Trump inflates the crowd at his inauguration.

    Some day, we will safely watch them debauch themselves behind miles of razor wire.

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