Sunday, March 25, 2012

SBC Leader Praises "Catholic-Evangelical Alliance"

Warning:Lifesite news is a Catholic website.

‘The thing that frightens our opponents most’ is ‘an evangelical-Catholic alliance’

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, March 22, 2012, ( – Politicians usually calculate every action to maximize their popularity among future voters, especially during an election year. But a prominent leader of the nation’s second largest denomination says President Barack Obama’s HHS mandate has the potential to unite Catholics and Protestants into a coalition that will turn him out of office in November.

Dr. Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, said, “The thing that frightens our opponents the most is the specter of an evangelical-Catholic alliance – because they can count.” He told listeners of his radio program, Richard Land Live, “You take evangelicals, and you take Roman Catholics, and you are over 50 percent of the population of the country.”

Land said, while two-thirds of Baptists voted for “born again” candidate Jimmy Carter in 1976, the vote began to turn against Democrats in the 1980s.

This is more false right and left deception bringing the Catholics and evangelicals together for the cause of politics and Dominionism.

When doing research for this blog, I see Richard Land's name all over the place. There are lots of Interfaith activities, though he did leave one group over controversy regarding mosques and he is also a member of the globalist oriented Council for Foreign Relations which Rick Warren is a member of as well. This is admitted right on the Southern Baptist "Ethics and Religious Liberty" website.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

more "We're all Catholics" eh, Rick Santorum would say "Bullsh**" or is that only to reporters confronting him on Mormons? Things are getting precarious out there. So many "Christian" pastors willing to fleece their flock to Papal ROME, and Rome loves to call itself "Christian;" it's been doing so since Vatican 2. And all the heathens say, "amen." I can't wait for my Lord to separate the wheat from the tares! Let the Spirit and the Bride say, Come!