How Evangelical Christians Will Vote on November 8th
By: Bill O'ReillyOctober 11, 2016
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On Saturday Pastor James Macdonald, a member of Donald Trump's Evangelical Executive Advisory Board, wrote an email saying he has had enough of Mr. Trump and is withdrawing support.

That off the Access Hollywood tape revelation.

Now it is certainly true that Mr. Trump's vulgar comments have disturbed many Americans, not just religious ones.

But the debate is very intense in theological circles.

That's because the Democrats are the party of secularism.

They want to impose taxpayer-funded abortion, no limits on the abortion procedure, and generally take a dim view of any public displays concerning religion.

If Hillary Clinton wins the presidency, you can bet that she will appoint a secular-liberal judge to the Supreme Court.

So religious Americans have a stark choice -- rejecting a man with a dubious past on some social issues, including the treatment of women.

Or supporting that man, Donald Trump, because he would uphold traditional religious tenets in the political arena.

Again, a very difficult issue for Americans who hold sincere religious beliefs.

So what to do?

Talking Points cannot tell you, it all has to do with conscience, what you believe is the greater good.

As in every election, there is no perfect candidate.  Both Clinton and Trump are flawed individuals, as are we all.

No one can tell you who to vote for, that would be insulting.

But I can tell you this.  If Donald Trump loses the support of religious Americans, he will surely lose the election.

And that's the memo.

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