Despite the guest list and the hyper-partisan nature of the so-called "service" at his mega-church in Dallas, Fox's favorite wingnut Pastor Robert Jeffress insisted that the vice president's appearance this Sunday was "not political."
Dallas wingnut evangelical pastor Robert Jeffress tells the hosts of Fox & Friends that Mike Pence's visit to his church this Sunday isn't going to be "political."
Conservatives think misfortune strikes those who deserve it. Well, now COVID-19 is reaching the heartland, not that Republican governors' attitudes toward lockdowns will hurt them politically.
Evangelical churches with a right-wing, Christian-nationalist political bent really want nothing more than to resist government orders to cease holding services during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The main drawback is that there’s the possibility of killing off their congregations.
White House spiritual adviser Paula White joined Fox & Friends where she was given a pulpit from which to preach a bogus political bill about Donald Trump!
Prosperity preaching televangelist and White House spiritual adviser Paula White makes her living selling a bogus bill of spiritual goods to gullible Christians, and Fox was more than happy to help her further that endeavor.
Fox regular Pastor Robert Jeffress: "There are some churches that deserve to die. Liberal churches that are changing God's message to fit the culture, those churches are dying."
Evangelical Christians are no longer concerned about a public official who "commits an immoral act in their personal life." Imagine that.
Trump booster grifter Pastor Robert Jeffress tells Fox & Friends that evangelical Christian followers of President Donald Trump tend to have "deeper convictions" than other believers.
Frank Schaeffer blasts evangelical Christians for their support of Trump and how he's become part of their "absolutist theology" which is impossible to argue with.
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