Some avowedly pious men and women have, of late, explained their support of President Trump by citing the example of King David, a sinner whom the Lord used for His purposes, and whose faults—crimes even—were redeemed by the good he did. According to this line of thinking advanced by politicians, activists, and even clerics of different hues, Donald Trump may have wandered far from the straight path, but he is nonetheless doing God’s work. Get that? The Atlantic is calling our president “an evil man redeemed by the good he is doing.” I’m not certain what the author hope to gain from this piece that cites Bible sections one after another. I wouldn’t be surprised if he turned out to actually be an atheist. The whole thing is @ He’s No King David And then, The Atlantic comes out with this: How Narcissists Wear Out Their Welcome (And Why Trump Has Not) @ A Theory for Why Trump's Base Won't Budge Why has Trump followed the predictable course for narcissism in one way, alienating many who have served in his administration, and defied expectations in another way, by continuing to attract an adoring core?