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Richard Rohr, OFM
The evangelical support of Trump will be an indictment against its validity as a Christian movement for generations to come.
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ProudUSCitizen Oct 10
Replying to @RichardRohrOFM
stick to religion Richard - before everyone realizes you are irrelevant
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Scott Hendrickson Oct 10
Would be true if Christianity had validity. It doesn't.
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President Alinsky Oct 10
Replying to @RichardRohrOFM
If they vote for a rapist and his enabler, that would be a much bigger indictment.
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Alejandro González Oct 10
Replying to @RichardRohrOFM
TRUTH.
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Alejandro González Oct 10
Replying to @RichardRohrOFM
the thing is Fr talks about the reality of life and not the silliness of window dressing & totem poles. Thank U Fr
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Alejandro González Oct 10
thank God we hv some form of moral code to start our journey 4 meaning Thank U Fr
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Alejandro González Oct 10
the sadness is that 2012 & 2016 elections have been about "race & otherness" White folks r afraid & angry
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President Alinsky Oct 10
That's not true at all. Romney didn't do any of that and he was still branded a racist and a sexist.
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President Alinsky Oct 10
It doesn't matter who the Republicans nominate. You'll all say their Hitler 2.0 while ignoring rapists and racism
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Rev Andy Bawtree Oct 10
and liberal Christian support for Hilary will help it to grow. Politics is messy business. Avoid or embrace ?
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Scott Hendrickson Oct 10
Christians have moral code? Do you have any evidence supporting that? I have nothing but opposite.
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Rich Cornfield Oct 10
Replying to @revandyriver
I don't buy into that argument. Donald Trump is quite simply a horrifying thought.
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Becky Oct 10
Replying to @RichardRohrOFM
Yes
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TonyWendice Oct 10
the Evangelicals can never ever again talk about character, values, morals, ever.
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Rev Andy Bawtree Oct 10
Replying to @richcornfield
it's not an argument He is the nominated candidate so's she They get what they vote for I don't like either both have history
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(((Andy Ratto))) Oct 10
Replying to @RichardRohrOFM
@ShoesThenPants They've always been like this, and it hasn't been a problem so far. Why is this any different?
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Rich Cornfield Oct 10
Replying to @revandyriver
I disagree. There is just one candidate that Christians should steer clear of. If you don't like the other just don't vote
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Rev Andy Bawtree Oct 10
Replying to @richcornfield
I'm glad I don't vote on this one. But other peoples elections are always interesting.
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Tee Resists Here Oct 10
Amen!
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