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"Distinctive and theological convictions define us, not political, social, or cultural trends. In fact, many evangelicals rarely use the term "evangelical" to describe themselves, focusing simply on the core convictions of the triune God, the Bible, faith, Jesus, salvation, evangelism, and discipleship."
So sue me. Guess I'm an evangelical even though I've never even thought to call myself that my entire Christian life and have not met another Protestant Christian who has.
And what does that have to do with these Christians being denied the same subsidies as everyone else? Until the laws are changed, we're all subject to them.
Are you going to deny your Medicare when you're 65? The government took your money involuntarily your entire working life, after all.
Are you a closet liberal who wants the government to redistribute your hard-earned money the way they see fit?