Moore, re: Trump
The following quote is from Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Moore was responding to a question by Anderson Cooper about whether the majority of evangelicals might vote for Donald Trump.
"This is someone who has been running a casino industry that I would argue is predatory on the poor, someone who has left two wives and divorced them (broken up those families). I think then to step back and say, 'I don't have anything I can think of that I need forgiveness for' [as Trump seemed to indicate during a talk at the Family Leadership Summit on July 18th] is problematic. I think that raises many questions."
[HT:: Denny Burk]
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