Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Al Sharpton Describes Jesus As 'Refugee' In Huntsville Sermon Criticizing Trump

By AL, Jan. 29, 2017

Describing Jesus Christ as "a refugee," civil rights activist Al Sharpton criticized President Trump's ban on refugees during a sermon Sunday night in Huntsville.

Sharpton also repeatedly took shots at Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, who is expected to be confirmed this week as U.S. attorney general.

Sharpton spoke for almost an hour at Oakwood University Church, weaving humor into a sermon titled "How to Ride Through a Storm." The sanctuary of the church with 2,500 members was near capacity and the crowd included state Rep. Laura Hall, D-Huntsville, Madison County Commissioner Bob Harrison and Huntsville City Councilman Devyn Keith as well as former longtime councilman Richard Showers.

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1 comment:

  1. Sharpton can believe anything he likes - but what I'm most troubled by is the fact that this congregation, with its' motto "Making Christ First" allowed this apostate into their pulpit and actually applauded that gross mis-characterization of the biblical account to make a political point. The pew-sitters and the leadership of that congregation are dead from the heart up and don't know their Scriptures like they ought. But that's par for the course in the Black Church - they sold their souls a long time ago to the Democrat Party and choose to remain on their plantation.


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