Our self-appointed evangelical leaders are all over the case if a cop is acquitted in the shooting of a black man, quick with the "silence-in-the-face-of-injustice-is-sin" pieties. "How am I going to explain this to my children?" "How am I going to preach about this on Sunday?" Now, in the Steinle case in San Francisco, a shocking injustice, we have radio silence. This is one of many examples that demonstrates that their concern for justice is selective and rears its head when it fits the narrative and ticks the right PC boxes.