Jerry Falwell Jr. and Franklin Graham recently had a press conference at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to answer questions about the evangelical Right's continued support for Donald J. Trump, despite his perceived un-Christian practices in both business and in his personal life (ie. multiple adulturies, cheating contractors, scamming investors, lying about just about anything, etc.)
The two men, one the son of a popular evangelist, and the the other a son of the founder of Liberty University, issued a joint statement.
The pair explained to the obviously uninformed journalists attending the press conference the theological difference between the terms immorality and amorallity.
Immorality, they explained, assumed that a person knew the difference between right and wrong.
They further explained that Trump was essentially an amoral person. How, they asked, could you expect an amoral person to act morally? It would be like asking a snake to behave like a human being.
And that, we guess, is that. . .