Christianity Today; Gone Tomorrow

What? The editor of this magazine doesn’t have access to the internet?

If this magazine had any moral authority, this might matter. This magazine once had a name but gave it up to follow the lies of globalist.

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  1. Evangelical Leaders Respond to “Christianity Today” Anti-Trump Editorial

    An editorial in Christianity Today declaring that President Trump “Should Be Removed from Office” is receiving significant response from a wide range of Christian leaders.
    Graham went on to note that “I have not previously shared who my father voted for in the past election, but because of this article, I feel it is necessary to share it now. My father knew Donald Trump, he believed in Donald Trump, and he voted for Donald Trump. He believed that Donald J. Trump was the man for this hour in the history for our nation.”
    Observed Graham: “Is President Trump guilty of sin? Of course he is, as were all past presidents and as each one of us are, including myself. Therefore, let’s pray for the President as he continues to lead the affairs of our nation.”
    In an interview Franklin Graham pointed out to the Associated Press that Christianity Today “represents what I would call the leftist elite within the evangelical community. They certainly don’t represent the Bible-believing segment of the evangelical community.”
    Dobson added that “maybe the magazine would prefer a president who is passionately pro-abortion, anti-family, hostile to the military, dispassionate toward Israel, supports a socialist form of government, promotes confiscatory taxation, opposes school choice, favors men in women’s sports and boys in girl’s locker rooms, promotes the entire LGBTQ agenda, opposes parental rights, and distrusts evangelicals and anyone who is not politically correct.”
    Eric Metaxas referred to the Christianity Today editorial as “odd,” and even “preposterous,” noting that it “implies those like Biden or Pelosi, who use the power of their offices to promote the murder of the unborn & the demonization of a biblical sexual ethic, [are] less ‘morally troubling’ than Trump & his tweets.”
    Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, the largest evangelical post-secondary institution in the world, Tweeted that “less than 20% of evangelicals supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, but now CT magazine has removed any doubt that they are part of the same 17% or so of liberal evangelicals who have preached social gospel for decades! CT unmasked!”
    John Casoria, General Counsel for Christian television’s Trinity Broadcasting Network, wrote that “Mr. Galli and his team of evangelical moralizers need to be reminded that Donald Trump was not voted America’s Pastor. The ‘P’ in POTUS stands for President. As such he has been given the responsibility to lead a nation that is presently in conflict with itself politically, socially, spiritually — frankly, in almost every way.
    Dr. Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, and a vocal Trump supporter, Tweeted that Christianity Today “is a dying magazine that has been ‘Never Trump’ from the beginning.

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