VIDEO: CNN guest declares American Christians ‘Lost the Gospel of Jesus,’ which led to Trump

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On Sunday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” Lutheran pastor Angela Denker accused American Christians of having “lost the Gospel of Jesus.”

She said they were instead embracing “wealth and power,” which led to the election of President Donald Trump.

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When asked about Christian support for Trump means, Denker said, “The American church has lost the Gospel of Jesus and has become caught up in a gospel distortion, over Christian Nationalism which says that our God is no longer the God of the Bible but a God who makes America strongest.”

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1 Comment

  1. Douglas Schmitt December 2nd, 2019 at 11:38 am

    CNN is run by idiots and their guests are IDIOTS

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