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Feckless and Spiritless

Unsurprisingly the divide between regenerate rank and file evangelicals vs. unregenerate seminary graduate evangelicals is showing itself post-election.

The unregenerate seminary graduate types are angry Hillary lost, though they still show enough consciousness of guilt to couch that anger in straw man ranting on Donald Trump (in an era of people like Isis these self-identified Christians tell us Trump is the most evil human being that exists on the planet today).

What is wrong with the seminary graduate types? They enter seminaries shallow and ignorant; then get toxic doses of the cultural Marxism those institutions are marinated in, and that they have no defense against; and once out in the real world their self-image of being 'elites' makes them fortified against getting a clue seemingly for the rest of their lives. They stay feckless and Spiritless.


Blogger c.t. said...

I've since learned 300 electoral votes doesn't define a landslide. 400 does. Reagan actually got over 500 in 1984. But considering all the figuring before election day about how difficult it would be for Trump (or any Republican) to get to 270 electoral votes, the necessary number to win, getting over 300 was pretty remarkable.

February 22, 2017 at 1:05 AM  

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