[Michael Brown] Ironies abounds as homosexual Episcopalian calls Trump's Christianity hypocritical

[Michael Brown] Ironies abounds as homosexual Episcopalian calls Trump’s Christianity hypocritical

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[Charisma News] If ever there was a glaring instance of the pot calling the kettle black it was when South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a professing Christian and practicing homosexual, called President Trump a hypocritical Christian. Seriously?

VIDEO: [Fox News] Pastor pushes back after South Bend mayor Pete Buttegieg questions President Trump’s belief in God. [Apr.6, 2019]


To be clear, I have no problem with someone questioning whether President Trump is a true Christian. An evangelical friend of mine who has met with Trump on several occasions recently told me that he does not believe the president has had a true conversion experience but that he does truly fear God. Other friends have told me they believe that Trump loves Jesus but is a mere babe when it comes to the Christian faith.

Ultimately, only God knows the state of Donald Trump’s soul.

But I fully understand why people question his Christian faith, based on his past life (before becoming president) and his current behavior (as president).

One thing, though, is sure: Donald Trump does not claim to be a model Christian, nor should we look to him for an example of how to live out our faith.

What is utterly absurd, though, is for a man who professes to be a serious Christian, yet is pro-abortion and “married” to his same-sex partner, to call out Trump’s alleged hypocrisy.

According to USA Today, which wholeheartedly supported Buttigieg’s position without a hint of awareness of the irony of it all, “Mayor Pete” stands out “as a devoted Christian.”

This article continues at [Charisma News] When a homosexual Episcopalian calls Trump’s Christianity ‘hypocritical’…

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