Not only that...what about anti-abortion and pro-war? Who's protesting THAT abortion - the abortion of life caused by war? Yet, after 911 when the WORLD was on our side, when the WORLD would have supported us - we UNILATERALLY went into Iraq causing TODAY's horrendous outcome. Meanwhile, there's a whole lot of studying of the OLD Testament goin' on by people who call themselves "Christians" - Christians who, in my mind, have an extremely strange interpretation of the message of Christ. Martin Luther King acted as a Christian in the world; Ghandi of the Hindu faith, carried out ideals that Christ, in my interpretation, would embrace.
A large number of CEO's in corporate America who happen to feel entitled to huge profit margins on the backs of American workers and exploitation of overseas low cost production also are proud to wear the label of "Christian" along with their Republican moniker. Meanwhile the man-on-the-street Republican, being of generous heart to those they know (and they ARE that because many Christian Republicans are my kind-hearted friends!) nevertheless see NO connection, absolutely NO connection to their use of oil and energy and their footprint on the world; see NO connection between our over-consumption of limited resources; don't BOTHER to find out if the clothes or shoes they purchase are made in a factory somewhere in the world where worker accidents like the fire in the Dhaka Bangledesh factory occur; don't BOTHER to "google" a retailers ethical standards or endorsement by World Health agencies; are CONVINCED that everyone has an equal chance for opportunity in this world and should "pull themselves up by the bootstraps"; give open-heartedly to a "mission" overseas that is there to promote their concept of Christianity and yet think every kid that wears a hoodie is a hoodlum while they themselves wouldn't take a walk in an "iff-y" neighborhood, let alone volunteer to help make it better.
If there actually are TRUE CHRISTIAN Republcans, I for one, don't see them voting that way. You've hit upon one of the greatest oxymoron of our times: "Christian" Republicans.