Choice of Trump vs. Clinton leaves evangelicals reeling
The Rev. Bryan Moak senses worry in the pews. Worshipers in his evangelical church are anxious about the presidential elections, which offer what many consider two seriously “flawed” candidates — with those flaws becoming more glaring every week.
“I’ve never seen it like this before,” said Moak, executive pastor at Hillside Church in Bloomington, echoing other Twin Cities pastors. “You may have used term ‘lesser of two evils’ before, but not like this.
“If you’re a Republican, Donald Trump has made it awkward to talk about your guy,” he said. “And if you’re Democrat, it’s the same.”