The mainstream media doesn’t really understand Christianity and they have never really tried to. Religion has always been a topic that makes the left uncomfortable so the media elites try and steer clear of it whenever they can. Whenever Christianity is brought up it’s usually brought up it’s usually part of an effort to marginalize people of faith and make them look like backward hicks or something. It’s really strange and unfortunate to watch.
One of the weirdest things the media does is pretend that A. Christians all have to agree on everything and B. Christians have to be perfect or they are hypocrites. We that a lot with the coverage of President Trump. He will say something mean and the media will wonder how Christians could possibly support someone like that. They don’t seem to understand the idea of forgiveness and they don’t see to understand that Trump’s relationship with God is none of our business and it’s not up to the media to decide what kind of Christian he is.
In a recent interview with The New Yorker, Sarah was asked a ridiculous question about Christianity that we hear a lot from the media. How can a Christian support Trump?
Sarah Sanders was ready with a solid answer.
From Conservative Tribune:
In a recently published interview with the New Yorker, Sanders perfectly responded to any and all critics who claim Christians can’t work in or support the Trump administration.
“Frankly, if people of faith don’t get involved in the dirty process, then you’re missing the entire point of what we’re called to do,” Sanders said.
“I’m not going to my office expecting it to be my church,” she said. Again, this is a very valid point. For many Americans and Christians, work is a wholly separate place from church.
“You’re not called to go into the places where everyone already thinks like you and is a believer — you have to go onto a stage where they’re not,” Sanders said.
“You have to take that message into the darkest places, and the dirtiest places, and the most tainted and dysfunctional places. If you can influence even one person, that’s what you’re supposed to do,” she added.
“We all need help,” Sanders responded. “That’s the whole basis of Christianity. No one is perfect. We are all sinners.”
Gotta love Sarah Sanders.