From the New York Times:
The night before Shane Claiborne came to town to preach at a Christian revival, he received a letter from the chief of police at Liberty University warning that if he set foot on the property, he would be arrested for trespassing and face up to 12 months in jail and a $2,500 fine.
At first glance, Mr. Claiborne hardly appeared a threat to Liberty University, a dominant force in Lynchburg, Va., and a powerful engine in evangelical Christianity. Wearing baggy clothes that he sews himself, Mr. Claiborne preaches the Gospel, lives among the poor and befriends prisoners on death row, modeling his ministry on the life of Jesus.
It should come as no surprise that the anti-Christian Trump Supporting Evangelicals fear actual followers of Christ. The Christian images and rituals they’ve adopted to cover their tribalism and hatred cannot withstand the presence of an actual Christian. Their attempt to hide their true nature from themselves and the world will come undone. No doubt they’d consider a living Jesus Christ an existential threat and do their best to silence him.