Even the Xians are concerned about the wackos.
A coalition of evangelical Christian leaders is condemning the role of "radicalized Christian nationalism" in feeding the political extremism that led to the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 by supporters of former President Donald Trump.
In an open letter, more than 100 pastors, ministry and seminary leaders, and other prominent evangelicals express concern about the growing "radicalization" they're seeing, particularly among white evangelicals.
The letter notes that some members of the mob that stormed the Capitol carried Christian symbols and signs that read, "Jesus Saves," and that one of the rioters stood on the Senate rostrum and led a Christian prayer. The letter calls on other Christian leaders to take a public stand against racism, Christian nationalism, conspiracy theories and political extremism.
This should be known to everyone. The problem I see is that not everyone listens to or watched NPR programming. Evangelical leaders need to do more to get this message out. Or, is there just a problem with media in general? Keep in mind that I see the world as about selling something and making money.
Lets hope the cult inmates can bring the cult to order.
As of right now I have my doubts that the Churches can reign in their mental health cases.
All I can say to Evangelical leaders is try harder or someone else will have to do it and none of us really want that, unless we're given no choice.