Evangelical Support of Trump

Eric Metaxas' radio show banned from YouTube for violating 'misinformation,' 'integrity' policies

"'Specifically, we removed content that violated our policies on COVID-19 medical misinformation and presidential election integrity,' a YouTube spokesperson said in the email." - C.Post 

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Did Evangelical Leaders Pray Over the Golden Trump Statue at CPAC?

"Zegan displayed the statue at the Conservative Political Action Conference hoping to sell it for $100,000, and while Trump and his Magic Wand was a popular backdrop for photos at the conference, the viral image above is the product of Photoshop." - The Dispatch

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Russell Moore: “if people walk away from the church because they don’t believe that we really believe what we say, then that’s a crisis.”

"Many Christian leaders and thinkers decried the attack on the Capitol, but few went as far as Moore; he laid the blame squarely at the feet of a man many evangelicals believe to be their hero" - Time

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Megachurch pastor prayed a curse on “those that have stolen this election”

"'Father, those that have lied, those that have stolen this election, those that have cheated, I place the curse of God upon them,' Rev. Bob Rodgers of Evangel World Prayer Center in Louisville, which claims 9,000 members, said in a video clip from the service shared online." - CPost 

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Russell Moore: 'If I were a member of Congress, I would vote to impeach' President Trump

"'This is not about politics. This is about our country, about the rule of law and about the sanctity of human life,' Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, wrote in a Jan. 11 op-ed posted on his website." - CPost

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Polish psychic, polarizing televangelist: 7 people who predicted a Trump victory in 2020

"Here are seven individuals, some of whom have high public profiles, who predicted that Donald Trump would win reelection. They include a Polish psychic, a controversial televangelist, and a self-described prophet." - CPost

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Evangelical leaders condemn Capitol protest violence: 'Dangerous for our republic'

"Conservative evangelical supporters of President Donald Trump have condemned the violence that broke out at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday afternoon, describing it as 'dangerous for our republic' and un-American." - CPost

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