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Evangelical Moderates Rise Up -- Finally

Hats off to the evangelical women calling out their tribe's males in the wake Donald Trump's lecherous comments. Maybe, next time, they'll cry out sooner -- such as when a candidate slurs ethnic and religious groups and fans paranoiac flames. Maybe, next time, evangelical moderates as a whole will grasp the difference between "political" and "partisan." They'll involve themselves in the former while avoiding the latter and distinguish moderation from conflict avoidance.
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