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Conservative Christian

THE PAST FEW YEARS HAVE NOT BEEN AN EASY time to be God’s lobbyist. A lot of folks claiming to represent the Almighty have been jostling for space in the corridors of Washington, with a lot of conflicting agendas. Their methods often seem mutually exclusive with the Christian tenet that one should love one’s neighbor. So perhaps it’s not surprising that shortly after the events of Jan. 6, the guy whose actual paid job it is to try to get those in power to think about a higher power got about as ticked off as a polite Southern gentleman of faith is allowed to get.

“If you can defend this, you can defend ” wrote Russell Moore, a theologian who is also the president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission

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