Post Profile

Donald Trump's Bad Week With Evangelicals Just Got Even Worse

A major Christian news outlet is denouncing Donald Trump in the wake of a video’s release in which the Republican presidential nominee boasted about groping women. Christianity Today, a leading evangelical magazine, published an editorial on Monday denouncing Trump and criticizing Christians for supporting a man’s whose life has been marked by “idolatry, greed, and sexual immorality.
read more

See more about: Donald Trump

Related Posts

Mormon Glenn Beck Tells Christians Backing Trump to Read End Times Bible Verse

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Mormon political commentator Glenn Beck has strongly criticized conservative Christians who are still backing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump despite the recently released video exposing lewd comments against women, and...

Pat Robertson: Donald Trump 'Tried to Look Macho' in Comments on Groping Women; Russell Moore Decries 'Humiliating Mess'

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson dismissed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's 2005 tape where he bragged about groping women as an attempt to look "macho," though Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moo...

Donald Trump Evangelical Adviser Denounces Sex Assault Comments as 'Lecherous and Worthless'

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Harvest Bible Church Pastor James MacDonald recently denounced Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's 2005 comments on women as "lecherous and worthless."

Top Evangelical Trump adviser says ‘lecherous and worthless’ nominee deserves ‘punch in the head’

News : The Raw Story

Donald Trump still has the support of many Evangelical leaders — but at least one of them is putting him on notice. Via Talking Points Memo, website Christianity Today has published a letter written by James MacDonald, who is a memb...

Evangelical Women Leaders Disgusted by Their Male Counterparts Defending Trump's Sexual Assault Remarks

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Several notable evangelical women leaders, some of whom have themselves experienced sexual assault, are expressing their disgust at the response of Christian leaders to Donald Trump's 2005 lascivious comments about groping women tha...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC