Prepare to kneel before Zod.
The thrice-married Donald Trump, while facing a lawsuit for scamming single parents and working class citizens with his fraudulent Trump University, feels now is the time to put together a religious advisory board.
Trump surrogate, Dr. Ben Carson, will be putting together the group of 20 to 30 faith leaders for a private meeting, designed to hash out ways to make divorce, misogyny, racism, and fraud more palatable to people of faith.
Personally, I’m wondering how many times Trump will drop the “F-bomb,” as he so often does during his rallies, with children present.
As reported from the Wall Street Journal:
Among the people likely to be named to Mr. Trump’s religious advisory board: Jerry Falwell Jr., the son of the late televangelist and president of Liberty University; Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition; Paula White, senior pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Fla.; Ronnie Floyd, president of the Southern Baptist Convention; Robert Jeffress, host of a national radio and television ministry and the pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas; Jay Strack, president of Student Leadership University in Orlando, Fla.; and Jack Graham, pastor at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas.
So, Jerry Falwell Jr., who is quick to remind people that he’s not a pastor, like his father, but a lawyer (expect to see new building projects with Liberty University – my alma mater – coming together quicker than previously planned), Ralph Reed (more politician than faith leader), Paula White (also thrice-married prosperity preacher), and several other faith “leaders” seek to beguile Christians into voting against their faith and principles.
I’m sure the 30 pieces of silver are in the mail.
I can only hope that out of that group, there are some that care more about Trump’s soul and the good of this nation than they do their own bank account. They risk much by throwing in behind an unrepentant adulterer, swindler, profaner, and liar. You are the company you keep, after all.
Proverbs 22:1 AMP “A good name [earned by honorable behavior, godly wisdom, moral courage, and personal integrity] is more desirable than great riches;
And favor is better than silver and gold.”