David French Joins Southern Baptist Leaders in Praising Joe Biden for “Character”

(Reformation Charlotte) David Fench, a political commentator at the National Review — who also happens to be in bed with the leftist wing of Evangelicalism — has joined hands with progressive Southern Baptists such as Russell Moore of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) and president of the denomination, J.D. Greear to congratulate and extend a warm welcome to Joe Biden as their future pastor-in-chief.

After years of relentless attacks on the current president Donald Trump over his “character flaws,” these men now praise Joe Biden for carrying the moral high ground despite the fact Biden opposes God from every conceivable angle.

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Editor’s Note. This article was written by Jeff Maples and posted on Reformation Charlotte.



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