Frontpage News | Christian Leaders Condemn President Trump for Saving Christians

Christians and Jews sometimes wonder what is wrong with liberal Jews that they would actively seek to commit suicide. It’s just leftism in action. And there are plenty of Christian and Jewish leftists who suffer from these fits of suicidal insanity.

Christian Leaders Denounce Trump’s Plan to Favor Christian Refugees

A broad array of clergy members has strongly denounced Mr. Trump’s order as discriminatory, misguided and inhumane. Outrage has also come from some of the evangelical, Roman Catholic and mainstream Protestant leaders who represent the churches most active in trying to aid persecuted Christians….

“We believe in assisting all, regardless of their religious beliefs,” said Bishop Joe S. Vásquez, the chairman of the committee on migration for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Jen Smyers, the director of policy and advocacy for the immigration and refugee program of Church World Service, a ministry affiliated with dozens of Christian denominations, called Friday a “shameful day” in America’s history…

The article is a collection of the same tired old lies. The New York Times absurdly pretends that hardly any Christian clergy support the move.

“We have no evidence that would support a belief that the Obama administration was discriminating against Christian populations,” said the Rev. Scott Arbeiter, the president of World Relief, the humanitarian arm of National Association of Evangelicals.

His organization has resettled thousands of Muslim refugees, with the help of a network of 1,200 evangelical churches.

Mr. Arbeiter said that World Relief is opposed to “any measure that would discriminate against the most vulnerable people in the world based on ethnicity, country of origin, religion, gender or gender identity. Our commitment is to serve vulnerable people without regard to those factors, or any others.”

He said that World Relief had already gathered 12,000 signatures from evangelical Christians for a petition opposing Mr. Trump’s executive order.

“We’re going to call out to our network, the 1,200 churches that are actively involved,” he said,

Helping Christians is actually controversial in these circles.