Poll Says More Than 3/4 of EVANGELICALS Want the United States Declared a CHRISTIAN NATION
Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International Says, This is very strange when other polls suggest that over half of Evangelical pastors have quit or want to quit the ministry and over half of the Evangelical pastors are not Christians themselves; thus, with the blind leading the blind, we do not know how many EVANGELICALS are CHRISTIANS themselves, but we would surmise that the percentage would run along the same number as the pastors, if not worse. In light of the state of the church, the state of America, and the state of the world with many people in the church endorsing and sanctioning, with the government, the abomination of homosexuality and homosexual marriage, it is the joke of the century that so-called Evangelicals want to call this country a Christian nation when most of them are not even the Christian church they should be. For as Whyte has said before, we are living in the age of the worse Laodicean church in the history of the church. So, let’s just call it the Laodicean church–how about that!
When it comes to politics, there are few things Democrats and Republicans agree on.
One exception: Making America officially a Christian nation would be unconstitutional.
That’s true even for Americans who would like the country to be Christian.
Seventy percent of Americans agreed the U.S. Constitution would not allow “the U.S. government to declare the United States a Christian nation,” according to the University of Maryland’s Critical Issues Poll. That includes 81% of Democrats, 73% of Independents, and 57% of Republicans.
Just under two-thirds (62%) of Americans said they opposed the idea of the U.S. officially becoming a Christian nation. That includes 83% of Democrats, 64% of Independents, and 39% of Republicans.
Sixty-one percent of Republicans said they favor “the United States officially declaring the United States to be a Christian nation.”
Source: ReligionNews, Bob Smietana
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