Donald Trump

“My personal prayer is that a brand-new person might take the presidency a year and a half from now.”

"It’s a sorry way to elect your leaders. 'Your candidate is worse than mine!' is a pitifully bankrupt motto as we enter our nation’s 59th presidential election. But it’s pretty much where evangelical Christians within WORLD’s readership find themselves. It’s a race to the bottom." - WORLD

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“...the president re-tweeted Root's comments comparing him to the ‘King of Israel’ and ‘the second coming of God.’”

Trump must name and condemn the evil of white nationalism

"You could call the killer who shot up a Walmart in El Paso evil, a madman, or a lone wolf, if you like. But it would be an intolerable omission if we did not also call him a white nationalist terrorist. This ideology is a growing sickness in America, and President Trump has a duty to thoroughly and roundly denounce it." - Washington Examiner

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Trump holds meeting with black pastors amid Rep. Cummings, Al Sharpton tirade

"Along with Vice President Mike Pence, Trump met with a group of about 20 clergy as they discussed the progress the administration is making on a number of issues impacting inner cities such as employment, criminal justice, prison re-entry and opportunity zone initiatives." - Christian Post

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Church Leaders Respond to Trump’s Baltimore Diatribe

"After President Donald Trump tweeted over the weekend that the Baltimore district of Rep. Elijah Cummings is a 'disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess' and 'no human being would want to live there,' the city’s religious and civic leaders have rallied to its defense." - Church Leaders

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Churches shouldn’t avoid politics, but they shouldn’t talk about it like this

"As a pastor, Lucas’ job is not to stand up for his country, but to stand up for his faith and his congregation. If they were so concerned that they left church on Sunday, then Lucas’ personal opinions are overwhelming his professional, and spiritual, responsibilities." - Washington Examiner

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On Court Prophets and Wilderness Prophets

"Whether you view Trump as a David or an Antipas, whether you serve at the court of the resplendent king or stand over against the court from the wilderness, one thing Nathan and John the Baptist held in common was that both were willing to condemn unrighteousness in their rulers—even if it cost them everything." - Christiatnity Today

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