This piece at Hotair really struck me:
The election is over and so is Brandi Miller’s religious affiliation.
“On Nov. 8, white evangelical Christianity and I called it quits,” she wrote in a message posted on Facebook. Ms. Miller, a campus minister at the University of Oregon, says that exit polls showing that 81% of white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump revealed a divide over race that she, as a biracial woman, can’t condone.
“Evangelicals have decided who and with what they will associate,” wrote Ms. Miller, 26 years old, in an online magazine and on Facebook. “It’s not me.”
As I mentioned above, if you decide to drop out of your book club or the local bowling league because you’re teamed up with some intolerable idiot who voted for (insert name of candidate you didn’t vote for here), that’s probably not the end of the world. But when people are walking out on their house of worship the country’s divisions have gone past the point of being toxic.
I think Jazz is missing the most important aspect of this story, it’s not that liberals continue to melt down over Trump it’s that this person never had faith to begin with.
As I’ve said many times at this site the only reason to be a Christian in general and a Catholic in particular is because it’s true. If it’s not then Christians are simply an Elk’s club that meets on Sundays.
This person has apparently decided that her belief wasn’t in Christ but in something else, thus it took very little effort to reject her faith-based on a electoral matter a faith that weak was likely not worth the effort to destroy.
Now of course she might go faith shopping to see if she can find a church that is politically acceptable to her, in fact given the empty pews at most denominations that have abandoned the tenets of Christianity to please the world it might not be all that hard.
But my advice is for this lady and any other like her that are considering abandoning Christ over election results find themselves a divine mercy chapel go inside and spend a holy hour praying for discernment, because in the end her soul like all souls, is a thing of great value that is worth saving.