Home Christian Lifestyle Here’s What the Trump Cabinet Bible Study Is Learning: Leader Responds to Attacks By Jennifer Wishon

Here’s What the Trump Cabinet Bible Study Is Learning: Leader Responds to Attacks By Jennifer Wishon

2 min read
0
0
32

WASHINGTON – Why would someone attack the weekly Bible study attended by members of President Donald Trump’s cabinet?

The man who leads the study believes it originates from a grave misunderstanding of what’s being taught, or perhaps even something simpler.

“Maybe it’s because Christians are gaining some new turf, maybe that’s the bottom line of it all,” Ralph Drollinger tells CBN News.

Drollinger, the founder of Capitol Ministries, and one of the most influential pastors in America, has been on the receiving end of a number of personal and professional attacks since CBN News first reported in July about his newest Bible study in Washington.

The attacks include labeling Drollinger as a “Christian Nationalist,” or someone who wants to establish Christian dominion over government, creating a Christian theocracy that replaces civil law.

Drollinger says that’s blatantly false.

Synonyms for Christian Nationalism, he says, are “Christian Dominionists,” Christian Reconstructionists,” and “Christian Theonomists.”

“Jesus and the apostles never talk about constructing Christian nations, they’re about building the kingdom of God,” says Drollinger.

He’s just released an 11-page Bible study called “Better Understanding the Fallacy of Christian Nationalism” to offer clarity.

Read more

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Editor
Load More In Christian Lifestyle

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

CBN News Reporter Targeted by Fake News in Made-Up Anti-Trump Story

CBN’s Terry Meeuwsen is exposing some fake news after a media outlet targeted Presid…