Christian Leaders Alarmed by Overt Anti-Christian Bigotry within the Clinton Campaign

“We are – Catholic and Evangelical – united in our outrage and united in our call for Mrs. Clinton to immediately apologize for the Christophobic behavior of her associates.”

Los Angeles, Calif. – As Christian leaders, Catholic and Evangelical, we collectively express our outrage at the demeaning and troubling rhetoric used by those within Secretary Clinton’s campaign – and those associated with the campaign – to describe our communities.

Recently released emails clearly ridicule, demean and smear Roman Catholics and Evangelicals. It is especially alarming that the Chairman of the Clinton Campaign, John Podesta, was copied on these emails between Jennifer Palmieri, now Director of Communications for the Clinton campaign, and a fellow at Podesta’s Center for American Progress. Podesta’s refusal to raise any objection makes him equally party to this bigotry. It is inexcusable. It is shameful. It is un-American.

Historically, Evangelicals and Catholics have had significant theological differences, dating back to the Protestant Reformation. In spite of those differences there has been a mutual respect for one another and an ability to work together on important issues of mutual concern. The WikiLeaks emails reveal a contempt for all traditional Christians, and we are – Catholic and Evangelical – united in our outrage and united in our call for Mrs. Clinton to immediately apologize for the Christophobic behavior of her associates.

Signed,

Alex-St. James

Andrea Lafferty

Andresen Blom

Bill Millis

Bob Feathers

Bob McEwen

Bob Williamson

Carlton Smith

Charles Mifsud

Cheryl Blakely

Colin Hanna

Dallas Eggemeyer

Darrell Scott

Dave Durell

Deacon Keith Fournier

Denver Sallee

Diana L. Banister

Diane Gramley

Dix Winston, III

Donn S. Chapman

Don Wehr

Donovan Larkins

Richard Land

Edward Mallonee

Elaine Donnelly

Everett Piper, PhD

Everett Spencer

Gabriel R. Llanes

Gary Dull

Gary L. Bauer

Jack Graham

James Dobson, PhD

James Lafferty

James Robison

Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D.

Jeff Haygood

Jentezen Franklin

Jerry A. Johnson, Ph.D.

Jim Garlow

John Zmirak

Joseph Cella

Kelly Monroe Kullberg

Kevin Freeman

Linda Cattani

Lou Murray

M. Jane Richey

Marilyn Crisafi

Mathew D. Staver

Matt Schlapp

Maureen Bravo

Michael J. Bowen

Michael Phillips

Mike Evans

Molly Smith

Pastor Dale Walker

Pastor Mark Burns

Paul Zeltwanger

Paula White

Ralph Reed

Michele Bachmann

Louis P. Sheldon

Dan Cummins

Dean Nelson

Don Browstein

Samuel Rodriguez

Richard Saccone

Robert Jeffress

Peter Hwang

Robert Morris

Ronnie Floyd

S. Bryan Hickox

Sam Casey

Sandy Rios

Sealy Yates

Steve Mosher

Steve Reiter

Sue Means

Ted Baehr

Terry Beatley

Terry Clark

Tim Wildmon

William A. Estrada, Esq.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn

See the Vital Need for Apologetics-Focused Education

Engaging real-world issues for the sake of the Gospel

Download Your FREE eBook Today!

May we use this number to text you?
Marketing by

Sign up for Blog Updates

We're Giving Away One Full Scholarship for Any SES Certificate Program

Be one of the first 60 students to qualify for the Frank Turek Scholarship Program by Dec. 15, 2022 and be eligible to receive a full scholarship to an SES certificate program of your choice. 

We’ll pick one winner from the first 60 qualifying scholarship applicants. Remember, certificates are for-credit and can be applied to a degree program in the future. This makes certificates a great way to get started in your SES educational journey. Click below to see the steps for applying to the Frank Turek Scholarship Program.