CBN Reports That “Several Christian Leaders” Walked Out of the Wheaton Consultation on Evangelicalism

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Rumor has it that those who left the meeting made their way to this Wheaton, IL establishment (just kidding)

Here is a taste of Jenna Browder and David Brody’s report:

WASHINGTON – CBN News has confirmed that at least a few people walked out of an intense invite-only evangelical meeting this week at Wheaton College after the affair turned into “crazy Trump bashing.”  

The two-day gathering involved a group of faith leaders and was billed as a discussion of the evangelical movement in light of Trump’s presidency. But it became more than that.

Two sources with intimate knowledge of the meeting say the first day turned into a lot of “one-sided venting” against President Trump and the majority of evangelicals who voted for him.

Both sources confirm that the issue of sin came up in discussing how evangelicals could vote for Trump. “The conversations were difficult,” according to one source who attended both days of the meeting. “There was a lament.”

After that first day, a few people felt so uncomfortable with the rhetoric against Trump they left, forgoing the last day of the conference.

It’s important to note that no members of President Trump’s faith advisory group were present or ever officially invited.  

If this report is accurate, some of the leaders at Wheaton discussed whether or not voting for Trump might be considered a sinful act.  Frankly, I am glad this topic was discussed.

Read the entire article here.