No, Jesus was the Son of God. He transcended anything petty like political parties..Individuals follow Christ..There is trend today for anyone living in a Christian-founded nation to call themselves a Christian. It is not correct. Jesus and His Apostles indicated in the Bible that there are currently only two kinds of people: the unSaved and the Saved (born again)..
When those who believed in Christ left the Democrats (the Party was twice as large as the Republican Party in 1980, but by 1990 the non-Socialists had left, leaving the Republican party with a larger membership) from 1980 on, it left a vacuum in the Democrat Party. There was already a heavy element that believed in the religion of Socialism, and by 1990 it was dominant to the point of every other viewpoint being drowned out..There are indeed Christians in the Democrat Party, but these are almost exclusively the over 55 crowd, who vote Democrat because they always have. From GenX on, one finds no born again believers in the party..So if the Republicans are now a majority of Christians, it’s because the Democrats made it very uncomfortable for them, with platforms from 1970 on incorporating more and more of Marx’s religion and more and more evils that rip apart our social fabric. It’s been a continuous series of the latter. Living together out of wedlock and single motherhood was what the party endorsed in the 1980s when I was in high school. It’s gone from one thing to another since then. The endorsement of homosexuality is merely the latest fad in the party. H.R. 1913 2009 endorsed pedophilia and 200 other “practices.” Tomorrow they will push something else. It’s been continuous since the late 1970s.