To the editor: I read through Cal Thomas’ opinion (News-Miner, Jan. 5) questioning the inclinations of anti-Trump Christians.
To be clear, Donald Trump is not a Christian. He did not know the Christian litany and looked around as others prayed during his inauguration. So, we currently have a secular president with an economic, power-based agenda who happens to have a Christian vice president. Mr. Pence is the one with the fundamentalist Christian agenda, not Mr. Trump.
So then the question is whether or not we should adhere to examples in the Bible of immoral leaders who fulfilled a purpose known only to God. That is just plain silly. Each person much determine for themselves what God calls them to do. Christians against Trump are in fact noting not just his immorality but the illegality of his actions while in office — very secular actions. As citizens of the United States, they have a right do so, no matter what religion (or lack thereof) they practice.