In a homily posted at SermonAudio, a pastor warned that the problem with Donald Trump is that he alienates nearly every ethnic group with the exception of White people.
And Hilary's categorization of those that disagreed with her as “deplorables” ought to be construed as a term of admiration and consensus building?
So what this pastor is saying is that the church ought not strive to view the moral land scape through the principle of their being neither Greek nor Jew.
Rather, pulpit pronouncements must be formulated in such a way as to pander and cater to favored minority agitators as predetermined by manipulative social engineers.
If a pastor is going to suggest that Donald Trump is to be blamed for disturbances because of his rhetoric that unruly protesters should be roughed up a bit, doesn't that pastor also have an obligation to admit that President Obama should be blamed in part for Antifa hijinks when he urged his supporters to “get in the faces” of those that dared articulate opposition to him and when he explicitly declared that those disagreeing with his immigration policies should be considered “enemies”?
By Frederick Meekins