'This is NOT the Way of the Cross': Christian Leaders Condemn White Supremacism

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(Worthy News) - Christian leaders are condemning white nationalism and the alt-right movement in the wake of the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one person dead after a car plowed through a crowd of counter-protestors.

"When hell exhales the outcome is hatred. Both unacceptable and diabolical, racism must be confronted by God fearing people," Rev. Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and a member of President Trump's Evangelical Advisory Board, said in a statement released to the press.

"I condemn the forces of white nationalism, white supremacy and antisemitism that divide our country today and I also condemn those who seek to politicize it all for their political gain." [ Source (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “'This is NOT the Way of the Cross': Christian Leaders Condemn White Supremacism”

  1. What did our leaders (of past and even now too) expect when the Nazi religions, White Supremacism, racial Supremacist groups, are all legal. It's not (yet) beliefs that are outlawed in the USA but actions. Unless of course, your under the care of the APA (American Psychological Association) there. What (only) is not legal in the US of A is the kind of violence that took place over a statue (folks, a statue) in Virginia. As usual, the provocateurs came into an area from out of that State just to do what happened. They've been working for, and towards, a Race War in the USA and elsewhere (think Germany, and Brevik in Norway) for decades. A race war is their goal.

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