In an odd nod to the political power of faith, Hillary wants to preach

In an odd nod to the political power of faith, Hillary wants to preach

The Culture

I recently reviewed Steve Strang’s upcoming book, God and Donald Trump, and gave him a hearty endorsement for his outstanding work. As a learner, I’m intrigued by the lives of people who pursue the presidency.

Living in the nation’s capital for 24 years and also serving as a cultural commentator, I’ve followed many such individuals. Hillary Clinton has been on my watchlist for decades, and now she’s captured my attention once again.

A recent issue of The Atlantic features an article, “Hillary Wants to Preach” by Emma Green that’s going to “blow many people out of the water” concerning the latest development in Hillary’s life. It has surfaced that this two-time presidential contender now has her sights set on involvement in ministry.

You read that correctly. This is not “fake news!”

Mrs. Bill Clinton would like to fulfill a hidden dream she’s had for years of being involved in some aspects of preaching as well as securing some type of ordination in pastoral ministry. You may recall that she is a professing Methodist and reportedly carries a New Testament in her purse.

No “specifics” have been revealed just yet, but those close to her do not believe she will attend a Bible school or theological seminary at this time.

What Exactly is the Story?

Bill Shillady is a pastor who leads the United Methodist City Society in New York and has served in a pastoral capacity to Hillary for many years. He revealed her aspiration at an event promoting his new book containing the daily devotionals he supplied to Mrs. Clinton during her bid for the presidency. She has written the foreword to this book.

This article continues at [Charisma News] Hillary Clinton Pursuing Preaching and Possible Ordination

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