(Relevant) In the lead up to the 2020 election, white evangelical leaders were at a crossroads. While the majority of white evangelicals voted for President Donald Trump, a vocal minority was steadfastly against such a move. Notable white evangelical leaders like Beth Moore, John Piper and Max Lucado spoke up about their distaste for the incumbent President, even as others like John MacArthur and Robert Jeffress stood by their support for Trump. And few calls to vote for Trump received more attention than Dr. Al Mohler, the president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary who condemned Trump as “the great evangelical embarrassment” in 2016. “Never. Ever. Period.” Mohler tweeted.