Al Mohler, Russell Moore, and Denny Burk among other leading evangelical voices have persistently presented a #NeverTrump agenda to the American public. Evangelicals have been accused of losing their soul; giving up everything they've ever believed; being so in love with political power that they are willing to lose their gospel testimony; and embracing a cheap version of moral relativism all just to rationalize their vote for Donald Trump as president of the United States.
Below is John MacArthur's answer to a question he was asked about voting for Donald Trump.
I'm wondering if Mohler, Moore, Burk or any other evangelical leader who has specifically slurred evangelicals for reluctantly but confidently stating they are voting for Donald Trump will now be man enough to suggest John MacArthur has lost his soul; has given up everything he's ever believed; that MacArthur is so in love with political power that he is willing to lose his gospel testimony?
Is John MacArthur now embracing a cheap version of moral relativism all just to rationalize his vote for Donald Trump as president of the United States?
But I'm not holding my breath.