A group of Christian leaders recently put together a document called “An Evangelical Manifesto” in which they condemn Christians on the right (and left) for using faith to push their own personal, political agendas.
People like Phil Burress, Richard Land and James Dobson – the worst offenders of politicizing faith – were not invited to participate in the process.
Funny thing happened today though. The Florida Baptist Witness published an opinion piece written by Land called Why I am not signing the ‘Evangelical Manifesto’ in which he claims:
As I grow more mature in years I am more and more aware of just how wise Billy Graham’s policy is of never signing statements you haven’t written yourself.
Really Dick? That’s your excuse?
I’m pretty sure it’s because they never asked you to sign it because you are a fucking christofascist tool.
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