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Nearly 200 evangelical leaders slam Christianity Today for questioning their Christian witness
In a letter sent to Timothy Dalrymple, the president of Christianity Today, on Sunday, nearly 200 evangelical faith leaders condemned both its editorial calling for the removal of President Donald Trump from office and its editor-in-chief, Mark Galli, for dismissing evangelicals who oppose his views on the matter as being “far right.”
The faith leaders said in the letter, which can be read in full below, that the editorial “offensively questioned the spiritual integrity and Christian witness of tens-of-millions of believers who take seriously their civic and moral obligations.”
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NEARLY 180 EVANGELICAL LEADERS, INCLUDING BILLY GRAHAM’S GRANDDAUGHTER, CONDEMN ANTI-TRUMP EDITORIAL IN LETTER TO CHRISTIANITY TODAY
In the letter, signed by 177 evangelicals leaders including Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell Jr., First Baptist Dallas’ Pastor Robert Jeffress and Samaritans Purse’ Cissie Graham Lynch, the collective expressed their “dissatisfaction” with the op-ed, accused CT‘s editor-in-chief, Mark Galli, of dismissing their “point of view,”
said he inaccurately characterized them as “far right evangelicals.”
Russia’s state media are covering the impeachment investigation in Washington, D.C., with a combination of glee and trepidation — portraying it as a “witch hunt” against Donald Trump.
He said House Democrats are using every chance to pick a fight with Trump, even though the Senate is unlikely to convict him. He quoted Trump calling the inquiry a lynching, which Kiselyov said was a sad American tradition. The segment that followed named the person right-wing media in the U.S. have identified as the original whistleblower whose complaint about Trump’s phone call with Ukraine’s president set off the impeachment inquiry. President Vladimir Putin, for his part, has spoken at length about the investigation.