Irony: Christ-Denier, Joshua Harris, Says Trump Supporters Are Ruining Christianity

Irony: Christ-Denier, Joshua Harris, Says Trump Supporters Are Ruining Christianity

The same apostate who abandoned Jesus to march at gay pride parades and divorce his wife, and do videos seemingly high on drugs, Joshua Harris, recently claimed that Donald Trump supporters are bad for Christianity.

In an interview with HBO’s Axios, Harris claims that “evangelical support for Trump is “incredibly damaging to the Gospel.”

Apparently publicly denying Christ, putting away your wife, sashaying through a gay pride parade and late-night stoner videos makes you an expert on what is and is not “incredibly damaging to the Gospel.”

Harris said, “I don’t think it’s going to end well. … you look back at the Old Testament and the relationship between the prophets and really bad leaders and kings, and oftentimes it was, it’s not something you unwind because it’s, it’s actually in the scriptures presented as God’s judgment on the False Religion of the day. … this is the leader that you want and maybe deserve. That represents a lot of who you are.”

Harris went on to say that Trump is God’s judgment from God upon America. Interestingly, Harris seems to believe in God (if it’s Trump-bashing) but not Jesus.

You can watch the video below.

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