What is a Christian?
Now, hold on. The question isn't some roundabout attempt to use an opinion piece to promote or knock a particular faith. Rather, it spotlights a search of another kind.
"What is a Christian?" grows out of an article this week by The Post's Julie Zauzmer, which described jubilation among some Christians over Donald Trump's victory - a win supported by more than 80 percent of white evangelicals.
"It really makes you feel great to be a Christian," one person told The Post. "I think Christians took a big stand this time and said we're going to stand up for our faith," said a second. Referring to Trump, a third said, "I feel like we actually have an advocate now in the White House."
Those attitudes are reflected in a Pew Research Center analysis of exit poll results, which show that high numbers of white, born-again evangelical Christians, as well as a majority of Catholics, went for Trump.