Wouldn’t it be something if Catholic cardinals could say as much as clearly?
Sunday sermons, weekday observations
The president of the Southern Baptist Seminary notes he didn’t vote for Trump in 2016.
He didn’t vote for Hillary, either.
From Mohler’s Briefing: In terms of presidential action, Donald Trump has been the most effective and consequential pro-life president of the modern age. Furthermore, in both executive actions and court appointments, President Trump has gone far beyond what would have been politically necessary to secure his base.
He has staked his place in history and has defied the accommodationist temptation and has given pro-life Americans more than any other president.
In April, I said in public what was implicit in my commentary and actions since January 2017—I would vote for Donald Trump in 2020. And I already have. I sincerely hope that Donald Trump—and not Joe Biden—will be elected President of the United States on November 3.
Would there more of such churchmen.