Majority of Christians Will Not Back Trump Says Preacher

David Haslam, in a letter to The Guardian Newspaper, says he believes most Christians in America do not support Donald Trump.
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Rev. David Haslam, in a letter to The Guardian Newspaper, says he believes most Christians in America do not support Donald Trump--shown above with Bible turned to the wrong side

While agreeing wholeheartedly with your editorial (It’s time to dump Donald Trump. America’s only hope is Joe Biden, 27 October), your suggestion that “white Christian America” is a unified block vote for the Republicans gave a seriously misleading impression.

In my 50 years of observing US churches, I would guess a majority of Methodists, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Congregationalists and Black churches – and even many Catholics and Baptists – would never support Trump.

The least you could say in terms of accuracy is to use inverted commas around “Christian”, or write “evangelical Christian”, or even more accurately “self-styled Christian”, as much of what they say and do has very little to do with the teachings of Jesus.

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