Did The President Just Score With The Baptist Church?
Say what you will about President Obamaâ€™s new policy on not deporting illegal immigrants â€“ itâ€™s politically motivated, itâ€™s vaguely worded, and so forth. The fact is that this policy shift potentially scores points for the President on both the left and right sides of the political aisle, and most certainly has changed the dynamics of the presidential election.
Although the dominant media ignores this, the fact is that key religious groups in the United States â€“ many of which lean Republican in their political views â€“ have nonetheless been calling for a â€śgentler toneâ€ť from Republicans on illegal immigration. Chief among these groups is the Southern Baptist Convention, the nationâ€™s largest religious denomination.
Do a quick internet search with the name Dr. Richard Land (a leader among the Southern Baptist hierarchy), and youâ€™ll see a pattern. Land has been calling for more permissive policies...
problem with having globalist-minded people in charge of ethics, is that CFR sets the topics, the tone for the church. even if the ethicists stand opposed to a particular CFR move, it still sets them as the stage maker.
creates gaping holes in realities facing local communities and families.