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Apologist: Evangelical Support for Trump Isn't Hypocritical

Written By: Steve Jordahl  |  Posted: Friday, February 9th, 2018

Has the term "evangelical" passed its expiration date? Evidently that's up for debate among evangelicals themselves when it comes to the topic of politics.

A simple Google search reveals that quite a few people who used to describe themselves as evangelical now think the term is tarnished beyond all redemption. That's attributed mostly to their being embarrassed by their fellow-believers' support of President Donald Trump last fall - and perhaps more recently, their backing of defeated GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama.

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