Three Liberty University students recently wrote an editorial stating that Christians should not vote for Donald Trump because he is the antithesis of Christian values. This, of course, was in spite of the fact that Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. has endorsed Trump. The authors of the editorial are among a growing number of Liberty students who have felt the need to publicly express their disagreement with Falwell’s endorsement of Trump. Anyway, they started out by making an excellent case for why Christians should avoid voting for Trump. The only problem is that, toward the end of their article, they blew away their own argument. Here is what they wrote: “The Christian message of salvation through faith in Christ has prevailed despite actual threats, from actual tyrants, and it will continue to thrive no matter who is elected in 2016.” Okay, then why bother to oppose Trump if it doesn’t really matter? They are trying to have it both ways. They accuse Falwell and other pro-Trump Christians of hysteria for supporting him, yet they hysterically oppose him. According to their own words, it shouldn’t matter to either side. They would be offering a more consistent message if they said Christians should let go of their hysteria and ignore the presidential election altogether.