A poll by the evangelical firm Barna Group found Christians who regularly attend church, and those who don’t, have very different feelings when it comes to presidential candidate Donald Trump. More than a third of churchgoers hold unfavorable opinions of the de facto Republican nominee while other Republicans who identify as Christian generally like him.

We speak with Mike Griffin, senior pastor of Liberty Baptist Church in Hartwell and Public Affairs Representative of the Georgia Baptist Mission Board, and Riggins Earl, Professor of Ethics and Theology at the Interdenominational Theological Center at the Atlanta University Center, about this statistic and the political divide among Christians.