Why Did Eric Metaxas Quit Russell Moore’s Evangelical Immigration Table?
In 2013 Eric Metaxas wrote about the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT):
“Did you know George Soros was behind the Immigration thing I signed but then had my name taken off? Yikes.”
Why do we put this information in front of you now? Because you need to start putting the pieces together. And you need an indication of what kind of bombshells will be made public over the next several months.
If you haven’t been following closely, this film will catch you up to speed.
Some quick details about the EIT:
- Russell Moore is one of the heads of the EIT.
- The EIT is an arm of the National Immigration Forum, which has been heavily funded by George Soros’ Open Society Institute.
Marjorey Jeffrey of the Institute on Religion & Democracy wrote:
“This situation of course does not mean that a believer cannot personally advocate for legalizing illegal immigrants without having been bought by George Soros. But the facts point towards a concerted public relations campaign on the part of the progressive religious left funded heavily by one individual who is himself a leftist and an atheist.”
“The Evangelical Immigration Table is composed of a surprisingly large list of notables from evangelical organizations, presidents of universities, and officials of denominations, and including organizations such as World Relief, Bread for the World, and the National Association of Evangelicals. Very likely most of them were unaware how their endorsement would be exploited to back specific legislation, much less realize that the political venture was the fruit of Soros philanthropy.”
Read Ms. Jeffrey’s whole article here.
Heads up. More to come soon.
[Editor’s Note: This piece was written by Cody Libolt. It originally appeared at ChristianIntellectual.com/blog.]