“Evangelical” in American cultural usage right now is a term that is full of landmines. Michael Gerson, an evangelical writer, is a voice that calls out the challenges often. In a current column with the Washington Post, he reminds readers of what true evangelicals used to be like:
After the turkey… after the shopping… plug your brain back in and read/listen to some challenging work.
My contention is that we give up far too much of who we are in the public eye voting for Trump. We will REALLY be the group that is far more known for what we are AGAINST than what we are FOR.