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Letter to the editor: Christian leaders & Trump

Wherefore art thou, Christian leaders? Who are these wolves in sheep’s clothing that are pretending to be you?

Our president has committed multiple acts of adultery, yet you say, “He gets a mulligan!” He has lied thousands of times (and counting) to the American people, yet your voices are silent. He demonizes anyone who stands up to him, yet you say, “We knew what we were getting.” He sows the seeds of hate at every campaign rally, yet you deem him a godly man.

Do you not care anymore, or do you now just preach from redacted Bibles? Evangelical leaders think they resurrected King Cyrus, but in reality they resurrected the golden calf. Are you so arrogant that you forgot that Satan will give you what you want as long as he gets what he wants? Do you think you can lead people to God by being hypocrites?

It truly appears that Second Thessalonians, Chapter 2, has come to be. We can only hope that the new Christian leaders who graduate will be able to remain true to God and follow the Bible’s teachings, because the mess that you will have left them won’t be easy to clean up.

Dwayne Kiger

Brighton Heights


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