A spokesperson for Liberty University’s Falkirk Center thinks someone is trying to cancel Christianity. Not sure how that is possible. It’s kind of like “removing God” from public schools.
I’m going on record now:
If they try to cancel Christianity, if they try to force me to apologize or recant my Faith, I will not bend, I will not waver, I will not break.
On Christ the solid Rock I stand.
And I’m proud to be an American.
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) June 22, 2020
Al Mohler will vote for Trump“because the alternative is increasingly unthinkable.”
Eric Metaxas had English conservative journalist Peter Hitchens on the show to condemn England’s response to the coronavirus, but Metaxas just wanted to talk about Black Lives Matter. He tried to put words in Hitchens’s mouth, but Hitchens wouldn’t let him do it. Hitchens said he is opposed to Brexit and rejects the populism of Trump’s friend Boris Johnson. Metaxas got on his hobby-horse about how the American Left is influenced by “cultural Marxism,” but Hitchens, a true conservative, rebuked him for his use of this phrase and essentially told Metaxas that he doesn’t know what he is talking about. Metaxas squirmed. Finally, Hitchens said that Trump is “ludicrous” and mentioned how John Bolton’s book will expose Trump’s incompetence. At one point, Metaxas compared Trump to Winston Churchill and Hitchens came just short of laughing at the suggestion. Metaxas didn’t seem to know what to do with all of this and was probably wondering why he booked Hitchens, a writer who does not fit very well with the pro-Trump propaganda machine that is the Eric Metaxas Show.
Here is Trump wonder-boy, evangelical Charlie Kirk:
The media has spent more time reporting on President Trump’s rally in Tulsa than a 3 year old boy who was shot & killed in Chicago
That should tell you everything you need to know about their priorities.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 23, 2020
Wait, now I’m confused. I thought Trump WANTED us to talk more about his rally:
WOW! The Trump Rally gives @FoxNews the “LARGEST SATURDAY NIGHT AUDIENCE IN ITS HUSTORY”. Isn’t it amazing that virtually nobody in the Lamestream Media is reporting this rather major feat!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2020
Gary Bauer had some things to say about Trump’s Tulsa rally on Saturday night:
— Gary L Bauer (@GaryLBauer) June 21, 2020
When the National Guard marched into Tulsa this evening to maintain law and order thousands of Trump supporters cheered. When the National Guard went into DC they were attacked, booed, asaulted and harassed. You chose! @realDonaldTrump #TulsaTrumpRally #TulsaRally
— Gary L Bauer (@GaryLBauer) June 21, 2020
Here is Bauer at his Facebook page:
The left tried everything it could to prevent Americans from gathering together to hear a speech from our president. The protesters pulling down statues and marching in four-lane highways say they are protected by the Constitution. Yet those same people tried to prevent the president from giving a speech.
We were told that Trump walking to a church represented a threat to the Constitution because protesters were blocking the way. Those same people went into the courts to block the president’s speech. They also blocked entrances to the stadium where he spoke. They harassed attendees when they left.
The Constitution is under siege, my friends, but from the radical left, not President Trump.
David Brody: I want to ask you, on the evangelical front. I’ve asked Sarah Sanders, Mike Pompeo, they all give me the same answer I say, was President Trump put in office for such a time as this. Did God put President Trump in office for such a time as this? I never asked you that question. What do you think?
President Trump: Well, I don’t know what they said.
David Brody: They said yes.
President Trump: Okay. Because I have, Ben Carson said the same thing. You know, Ben Carson came to me because he ran a very effective campaign. And he did a good job. He really did. You know, he came in one of the top people. And he said to me, you know, you’re gonna win. I said, Ben, I’m running against you. What are you telling me? He said you’re going to win because God put you here for this occasion. I said, What a lovely thing to say. That was the first one that I heard from Ben Carson. And it was during the campaign, I was running against him, and he was saying, I’m gonna win. He’s a very high-quality guy. He’s done a great job in the administration.
David Brody: Do you buy that?
President Trump: I almost don’t even want to think about it. Because you know what, all I’m gonna do is, I hope it’s true. All I’m going to do is I’m going to do my best. And part of what I’m doing my best one is for the religious community beyond evangelical, evangelicals a very big part is very important to me. You know, we have great support. I was so honored when Franklin Graham said that his father voted for me. And that was something that Billy Graham has never announced, who he was voting for. But Franklin Graham said his father voted for me. He went public with it. As you know, to me that was a big moment because I have such respect for Franklin and for the family and Billy Graham is really great. Like when he said that his father, his last vote was for me and his father never announced who was voting for, would never talk about it. Now I think I have great I think I have great support. There’s a lot of hidden support. People in our country that don’t riot, don’t protest, that don’t you know, they work hard. They never had a voice into like, meaning over the last long period of time. We call them the Forgotten men and women, they would have forgotten. They were very successful. They were, they do a great job. They’re smart, they have everything, but they were forgotten by the politicians. They showed up in 16. I think they’re going to show up in larger numbers in 20.
Is this true for First Baptist-Dallas?:
“The church is our city of refuge — our safe haven during life’s storms — until Jesus returns.”
— Dr. Robert Jeffress (@robertjeffress) June 22, 2020
Or in other words, vote for Trump:
In 2016 I went to all 50 state capitals holding prayer rallies, urging Christians to run for office, to pray, & to vote. I believe if Christians will pray & vote for candidates who most closely align w/biblical principles & who stand for law & order, we can make a difference.
— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) June 23, 2020
Until next time.