Donald Trump on Faith: I am Christian, Sunday Church Person
Potential GOP presidential contender Donald Trump opened about his faith during an interview with a Christian network, saying he is a Christian and that he's a "Sunday church person."
âI believe in God. I am Christian. I think The Bible is certainly, it is THE book. It is the thing," Trump told Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody.
In the six-minute interview clip, which will air nationwide Tuesday at 10 a.m. on "The 700 Club," Trump shared that he used to attend First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica Queens.
"I'm a Protestant, I'm a Presbyterian. And you know I've had a good relationship with the church over the years. I think religion is a wonderful thing. I think my religion is a wonderful religion.â...
Get real! Didn't Bob Jones III endorce a LDS........It would be better to endorce a non-christian who is honest and doesn't hide behind "christianity" and use it to get elected. US christians are so wrapped up in the Tea Party that they can see the forest for the trees. Romney is Christian, Donald is a Christian, Palin is Christian, George is a Christian, Obama is a Christian. Wake up guys! Give up you 503 tax exempt status and preach the Gospel according to Jesus Christ, and call sin sin. Call evil evil. There is no room in Christ kingdom for those who enjoy sin.
âI believe in God. I am Christian. I think The Bible is certainly, it is THE book. It is the thing," Trump told Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody. // "I'm a Sunday church person. I'll go when I can.â - Article
Does this make one a Christian? Does going to church when you can make one a Christian? Isn't it Christ that makes one a Christian? Isn't it strange how it is often when a person runs for political office that they make headlines about their "faith"?
Being a Christian is not just going to church on Sundays when you can. A Christian is one who lives for Christ 7 days a week, not just professing religion once a week when you can.
A person's life reveals much more about the person than what a person may say. Many people say they are Christians, but deeds speak louder than words. - James 2:20 But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead?
Before ya know it, Bob Jones University will invite these "Christian" politicians to their campus to proclaim to US christians that this is the dude that they should support. And then US Christians will once again do as they are told and go to the polls and vote for a "christian" just like what happend with George the Mason (Bush).