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Calling Good, Evil and Evil, Good: How 'Christian Liberals' Twist the Words of Jesus

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  • Calling Good, Evil and Evil, Good: How 'Christian Liberals' Twist the Words of Jesus

    Calling Good, Evil and Evil, Good: How 'Christian Liberals' Twist the Words of Jesus to Wage War Against President Trump

    This spring, a group of Christian liberals (yes, apparently “Christian liberal” is a “thing,” not an oxymoron) plans to visit Lynchburg, Virginia, the home of conservative Liberty University, and protest what they consider the “toxic evangelicalism” coming from leaders like Liberty’s president Jerry Falwell and others like him who happen to support President Trump.

    The “Red Letter Revival” was announced last week by Christian author and social justice warrior Shane Claiborne via Twitter and is set to take place April 6-7. According to his website bio. Claiborne “heads up Red Letter Christians, a movement of folks who are committed to living ‘as if Jesus meant the things he said.’”

    For a group billed as a Jesus-centered alternative to both the Christian Left AND the Right, the positions taken seem awfully Leftist, and include such gems as “Wherever your power and influence might lie, it is magnified when shared and held by those who are poor, oppressed and looked over by society,” and “Questioning cultural norms is healthy and can lead to wholeness,” among others.

    https://townhall.com/columnists/scot...art-i-n2447693

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    Guess they don't want to be out-done by the group of "pastors" (cough, cough) who met last week to publicly "bless" an abortion center. Thought I would hurl across the room.

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      Originally posted by madcat View Post
      Guess they don't want to be out-done by the group of "pastors" (cough, cough) who met last week to publicly "bless" an abortion center. Thought I would hurl across the room.

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