This is encouraging. http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/14/politics/southern-baptist-convention-alt-right/index.html The Souther Baptist Convention passed a resolution denouncing racism, including white supremacy, and the Alt Right which has been advancing those principles, as being against the teachings of Jesus Christ. They also condemned vice, a backhanded slap to those who have claimed that Trump is a representative of Chrisian ideas and ideals, although the original resolution which called out Trump specifically didn't pass. Although the SBC passed this resolution, it's been interesting to read on a few evangelical forums of people who will quit the Baptist Church for rejecting racism. This SBC denunciation of racism will make it impossible to push such ideologies in the Convention's members, meaning that there will be no cover for those who hope to use the SBC for camouflage for such purposes. I imagine if someone leaves the SBC due to racism being denounced, the SBC is okay with that. This also creates an interesting factor in future elections, because if the SBC can no longer be counted as part of the monolithic voting block of right-wing evangelical Christians, it diminishes the ability of politicians to pander to the groups as a whole.