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Americans dislike Evangelicals more than Muslims or LGBTs

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I thought this was interesting. Source: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/theres-still-a-huge-partisan-gap-in-how-americans-see-discrimination/

Order of most unfavorable (Nationally):

  1. 42% Undocumented Immigrants 
  2. 36% The Police 
  3. 31% Evangelicals (Wow! a shocker!)
  4. 27% Muslims
  5. 24% LGBT
  6. 18% Whites
  7. 17% Blacks
  8. 14% Latinos
  9. 13% Asians
  10. 12% Jews

Order of most unfavorable (for Democrats):

  1. 46% the Police
  2. 43% Evengelicals
  3. 28% Undocumented immigrants
  4. 23% Whites
  5. 17% Muslims
  6. 16% LGBT
  7. 13% Blacks
  8. 12% Asians
  9. 12% Jews
  10. 11% Latinos

Order of most unfavorable (for Republicans):

  1. 65% Undocumented immigrants
  2. 42% Muslims
  3. 34% LGBT
  4. 25% the Police
  5. 22% Blacks
  6. 20% Evangelicals
  7. 18% Latinos
  8. 17% Asians
  9. 13% Whites
  10. 12% Jews

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13 minutes ago, vcczar said:

I thought this was interesting. Source: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/theres-still-a-huge-partisan-gap-in-how-americans-see-discrimination/

Order of most unfavorable (Nationally):

  1. 42% Undocumented Immigrants 
  2. 36% The Police 
  3. 31% Evangelicals (Wow! a shocker!)
  4. 27% Muslims
  5. 24% LGBT
  6. 18% Whites
  7. 17% Blacks
  8. 14% Latinos
  9. 13% Asians
  10. 12% Jews

Order of most unfavorable (for Democrats):

  1. 46% the Police
  2. 43% Evengelicals
  3. 28% Undocumented immigrants
  4. 23% Whites
  5. 17% Muslims
  6. 16% LGBT
  7. 13% Blacks
  8. 12% Asians
  9. 12% Jews
  10. 11% Latinos

Order of most unfavorable (for Republicans):

  1. 65% Undocumented immigrants
  2. 42% Muslims
  3. 34% LGBT
  4. 25% the Police
  5. 22% Blacks
  6. 20% Evangelicals
  7. 18% Latinos
  8. 17% Asians
  9. 13% Whites
  10. 12% Jews

The "Evangelical," movement, as typically defined nowadays, with the exception of a minority of congregations that are not vocal or politically active, are a stain to the name of Christianity, and a cult to many atrocious, despicable, and sinful ideals, traits, and endeavour anathema or antithesis to the Ministry of Christ - a heresy using the Lord's Name in vane to justify all manners of wickedness and evil for ulterior, Earthly gains led by wolves in sheep's clothing amongst the flock. And, many non-Christians are deceived into believing that are a major representation of Christianity, staining the reputation of the religion as a whole.

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18 minutes ago, Patine said:

The "Evangelical," movement, as typically defined nowadays, with the exception of a minority of congregations that are not vocal or politically active, are a stain to the name of Christianity, and a cult to many atrocious, despicable, and sinful ideals, traits, and endeavour anathema or antithesis to the Ministry of Christ - a heresy using the Lord's Name in vane to justify all manners of wickedness and evil for ulterior, Earthly gains led by wolves in sheep's clothing amongst the flock. And, many non-Christians are deceived into believing that are a major representation of Christianity, staining the reputation of the religion as a whole.

Eh, a little harsh.

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19 minutes ago, admin_270 said:

Eh, a little harsh.

Very, very tame compared to some of the fire and brimstone, condemnatory, self-righteous, false-prophetic, and throwing-stones-from-a-glass-house - and HIGHTLY Un-Christian - sermons (almost like harangs and screeds in some cases) of some of the said Evangelical preachers, themselves, to be honest. I remind you, that Jerry Falwell said that the 9/11 attack happening was part of "God's divine chastening on America for tolerating homosexuality and abortion in any form."

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

and HIGHTLY Un-Christian

Definitions vary, but Evangelicals are a large group ordering in the tens of millions in the States. This seems a bit presumptuous.

 

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Just now, admin_270 said:

Definitions vary, but Evangelicals are a large group ordering in the tens of millions in the States. This seems a bit presumptuous.

 

I make my definitions based on the Ministry of Christ and the Acts and Epistles of the Apostles - not popular support or belief in the modern day.

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