The go-to guy for “woke” evangelicals on politics is Michael Wear, a former Obama staffer who remains committed to the Democrat Party. The ERLC, the Gospel Coalition, and Southern Baptist president, JD Greear, are increasingly relying upon Wear to lecture evangelicals on why they should vote Democrat. Wear has come out with a new book, lauding the faith of Barack Obama and deciphering lessons learned from his appearances at the National Prayer Breakfast.
Most recently, Barack Obama used his time at the National Prayer Breakfast to blame terrorism on Christians.
The ERLC recently published an article from Michael Wear encouraging Christians to ease up on their religious convictions when they vote. JD Greear’s church invited Wear to preach to the congregation on why they should support social justice.
And now, Wear’s new book will further laud the faith of a man who supported legislation forbidding medical treatment for babies who survive abortion, who believes in abortion up to the point of birth, who flooded the White House with rainbow-colored lights when the Supreme Court affirmed same-sex ‘marriage’ and who refuses to tie Islamic extremism to terrorism.
Wear tweeted on a link to his book and complained on the social media platform about how Trump boldly and clearly defended Christian positions at the annual prayer event.A CALL TO ACTION
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