Religious liberty is ingrained in American history. The Pilgrims made the journey to the largely uncharted land to seek religious freedom, and the Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution guarantee those freedoms.
Accordingly, the United States has been a fertile ground for the faithful to practice the religion of their choice. Despite the attempts of some leftists to transform the United States into a secular society, crises such as the current coronavirus pandemic prompt Americans to turn to religious leaders for guidance and answers.
Rev. Johnnie Moore is an evangelical leader and president of The Congress of Christian Leaders (CCL), an organization he co-founded with Rev. Samuel Rodriguez.
He told The Christian Post the CCL seeks to bridge a “gap between evangelicalism in the United States and around the world.”
Moore accompanied Rabbi Cooper on the Nigerian fact-finding mission earlier this year, where thy met both Christian and Muslim religious leaders following acts of religious persecution committed by members of the Islamic State of West Africa, also known as Boko Haram.
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