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White House Having Weekly Bible Studies (Which Trump Skips)


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Trump believes setting up Bible research studies for his cabinet as well as not attending them will play well with his evangelical base. He's probably right. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, simplifies. Tell us what you believe in the comment area listed below.

" A lot of Head of state Trump's Cabinet participants collect at an once a week session to examine the Holy bible, the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) reported Monday.

Ralph Drollinger, the creator of Capitol Ministries, states he leads a weekly Holy bible research with Cabinet participants such as Education and learning Secretary Betsy DeVos, Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Wellness and Person Services Assistant Tom Cost and CIA Supervisor Mike Pompeo.

" It's the most effective Holy bible research study that I have actually ever before taught in my life. They are so teachable. They're so worthy. They're so learned," Drollinger informed CBN.
Vice Head of state Pence, that is a sponsor of the faith sessions, reportedly joins the team when his schedule allows." *.

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  1. Posted by Sonoma Calling!, at Reply

    Of course Trump skips it. Does he look like a man who believes in any power greater than himself?

    • Posted by Ben Smith, at Reply

      Anyone who believes drumpf has more pull on Pennsylvania Ave then Pence. Has not taken note or do their home work.
      Bush jr/ Chyene
      now drumpf/Pence
      Who are the Washington insiders?

    • Posted by Nelson Evora, at Reply

      Timothy McCaskey TV=life

  2. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    Do you think his conservative Christian base cares? Half of them dont even read the bible imao.

    • Posted by Julie B, at Reply

      You do know that many of our founding fathers were polytheists right?? If not go study and get back with us!

    • Posted by Oisin Murphy, at Reply

      A lot of those hillbillies can’t even read. They go for any of that “fancy book learning”.

  3. Posted by beastalchemist, at Reply

    I’m surprised the bible that Trump touched at his inauguration didn’t cause him to catch fire.

    • Posted by nosuchthing8, at Reply

      beastalchemist awesome

    • Posted by Twiz Mandy, at Reply

      That’s why it rained that day…

  4. Posted by xCaptxCrunchx, at Reply

    I heard Trump hates Jesus because he let himself get caught and placed on the cross like a Loser.

    • Posted by Darth Bane, at Reply

      Except Jesus knew it was going to happen and didn’t hide from it. If he didn’t let it happen we would have no hope.

    • Posted by Greg Skudlarek, at Reply

      Darth Bane do you have a rebreather over your rebreather? What? I couldn’t hear you between your heavy accent and loud, deep breathing. Also, a Sith talking about “hope” seems a little weird.

    • Posted by Jesus Christ, Part Deux, at Reply

      xCaptxCrunchx, I hate crucifixion jokes, but that was goddamn funny.

    • Posted by MusicByJC, at Reply

      He prefers Messiahs that don’t get crucified.

  5. Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

    Christians can suck my sweaty scrotum

    • Posted by Ja Crispy, at Reply

      John Kendal I don’t think you realize…yes, Christ was crucified because people did not approve of how his teachings contradicted certain old Testament practices. But his followers did not have that disapproval. It’s because of Jesus’ disciples that Christianity exists today. They never had trouble accepting his teachings which is why they didn’t want him crucified. Any Christian who is confused about that really needs to brush up on their religion. The only thing that I, as a Catholic Christian, follow out of the old Testament regarding church doctrine is the ten commandments. Every other church doctrine of Catholicism comes straight from Jesus. For example, the easiest one: *Love your neighbor as yourself, and do to others as you would have them do to you*.

      And that is why Christian doctrine doesn’t cause people to run around and rape and blow people up all the time like Islam does.

    • Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

      Cause they melt in your mouth not in your hands

    • Posted by bloodraighna, at Reply

      oh my xP

  6. Posted by Supreme, at Reply

    Obama actually went to church for 20+ years. Trump just started…pretending? But Trump is the Godly one. SMH.

    • Posted by Alex Silva, at Reply

      OBama was Moslem, what reason did he give for going to Church?

      He actually had a small mosque set up In the WhiteHouse, used regularly by the faithful followers.

    • Posted by Julie B, at Reply

      what is a Moslem? Obviously a trump supporter!!!

    • Posted by Ben Butler, at Reply

      Alex, stop spreading bullshit. I don’t know why you or anyone say things like that. It’s so far beyond the truth, you can’t see it because of the curvature of the Earth. Or are you a Flat Earth believer also?

  7. Posted by Jesus Christ, Part Deux, at Reply

    I believe in Bible Study. I don’t believe in Trump.

    And I’m Jesus.

    • Posted by Kungfu Panda, at Reply

      Jesus Christ, Part Deux shut up you are worse than Trump claiming to be Jesus

    • Posted by Porter, at Reply

      Jesus is white, you damn moron. What is wrong with you?

    • Posted by Dan Ryan, at Reply

      Porter you do realize if Jesus existed he was a first century Palestinian Jew, therefore not white.

  8. Posted by Colin C., at Reply

    The bible. The original *fake news*.

    • Posted by Jason Hanrahan, at Reply

      K Colombo what, all those stories about talking donkeys and snakes are made up?

    • Posted by Kid Icarus, at Reply

      mrt57rn The point is that our top heads of government seem to have forgotten that we arent in the business of establishing a religion…

    • Posted by mrt57rn, at Reply

      I guess Freedom of Speech is for everyone except those that believe in the Bible & not established religions. All your hateful comments towards me doesn’t upset me at all. See, I know we are in the end times, I also know when Jesus returns that all of you if still living will know that it is Him but it will be too late for you then. It’s called Faith, people. Matthew 24: 30,31 “Then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming in the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory. And he will send his angels with a great sound of trumpet, and they will gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.”

  9. Posted by Michael B, at Reply

    So much for the first amendment. Republicans care about the constitution, except when they don’t.

    • Posted by MistaGify, at Reply

      Kacie Anderson Yes you are right this does not violate the Constitution. But what is wrong with it is that it is yet another superficial way to use the external trappings of Christianity to sucker Trump supporters into sustaining their support for him. It capitalises on the utterly PATHETIC notion that as Long as he has the ‘style’ part right, he doesn’t need to have any ‘substance’ as a person, as a President, or anything for that matter.

    • Posted by Trevor Scott, at Reply

      Kacie Anderson ok, so let’s disregard legalism for 20 seconds and take a personal stance that reflects a question of actual personal involvement rather than just basic data analysis. Do you think how Trump is using religion is morally acceptable?

    • Posted by MistaGify, at Reply

      Trevor Scott I’m Christian, and the answer is a ‘HELL no!’ America has the dubious honour in my books as being the only country in the world that makes me ashamed of my faith.

  10. Posted by Michael B, at Reply

    If Jesus existed he was a socialist Jew just like Bernie Sanders.

    • Posted by ynysvon, at Reply

      phillip adams So are you advocating anarchy?

    • Posted by Liberate Wisconsin First, at Reply

      there is no such thing as a conservative. the so called conservative party hands out trillions to free loaders. WELFARE cases like David Koch and Donald trump. Like SCOTTY THE STRRE WALKER GAVE BILLIONS TO KOCH AND NOW BILLIONS TO A FOREIGN COMPANY FOR BRIBES.

    • Posted by Liberate Wisconsin First, at Reply

      Micheal B I know Jesus he runs the food truck down on the corner.

  11. Posted by ruzzell907, at Reply

    Religion should not affect government legislation.

    • Posted by Emily Holmes, at Reply

      we we could have heaven on earth if thats what people actually wanted

    • Posted by Emily Holmes, at Reply

      and also it would be more beneficial for everyone to just work together we have enough food and water resources to feed everyone on earth and thats all need to live.

  12. Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

    Christianity is fading because more progressive minds question the Bible.
    Islam is fading because more progressive minds question the Quran.
    Progression is more powerful than any major religion.

    • Posted by BadWebDiver, at Reply

      +Helias Not in Australia. The last census showed a significant drop in people claiming a belief to a religious organisation. It got quite a bit of media coverage a few month back.

    • Posted by Trevor Scott, at Reply

      millionfish animation prolly since all the islamophobia in Europe and the States is basically forcing most Muslims to aggregate into communities for support and economic significance. This is why Exlamist groups keep getting bigger. (I call Islamist Extremists Exlamist because they’re not really Muslim)

    • Posted by Chris R, at Reply

      OutlawRebel117 progressives is a religion? More like cult.

    • Posted by Blue Macaw, at Reply

      Progress is inevitable. Everything changes, no matter how hard you resist change.

    • Posted by Woo Cheol Shin, at Reply

      Well at least mosques don’t rob people’s money unlike churches…. yet.

  13. Posted by eatmorenachos, at Reply

    They probably skip over the part where Jesus tells a rich guy to sell everything he has and give it all to the poor.

    • Posted by Trevor Scott, at Reply

      Sage master damn, all the alt-right ballbusting fetishists are gonna be pissed!

    • Posted by John Williams, at Reply

      Michael, so the old testament is out? No more creation story, no more original sin, no more global flood, no more ten commandments (or the other 600 commandments)? What about where Jesus said he did not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it? What about where Jesus said not one bit of the law will be changed?

    • Posted by Michael Kubrom, at Reply

      John Williams The history part of it, is obviously unchangeable because it’s history.

      As a gentile, I’m not under the obligation to follow the : ceremonial laws, sacrificial laws, dietary laws etc of the Hebrews because I’m not living under a Jewish theocracy, but the MORAL LAW. That’s eternal.

      Jesus said, Love the LORD, with all your heart and love your neighbour as yourself. This is the whole of the law.

    • Posted by HeroX, at Reply

      Don’t follow the old testament.
      Except for the part that says that being with someone of the same sex is a sin. That one is law!

  14. Posted by Bennie Gray, at Reply

    Maybe they should read what Jesus said about healthcare, money, illegals, and the poor. Healthcare Jesus didn’t charge, Money said to have the rich sell there things and give to the poor and treat illegals as yourself.

    • Posted by mysticonthehill, at Reply

      Actually he was real, it was a common nom de guerre for english outlaws. So actually there has been many Robinhoods. But yes his deeds are mythical.

    • Posted by Bennie Gray, at Reply

      Millie Park my cousin is against taxes, but benefits from Obamacare which is paid by tax payer money. His brother is a cop which means his salary is paid by tax payers. Progressives and even Jesus didn’t want the rich to sell everything and give to the poor because there is a example of a rich man that actually helped the poor so he didn’t tell him to sell everything. So we just want to rich to pay for there fair share of the taxes. So we can move from Obamacare to single payer.

  15. Posted by Bill Anderson, at Reply

    what happened to the separation of church and state?

    • Posted by VHTesla, at Reply

      I was about to say the same thing.

  16. Posted by Shan Baker, at Reply

    The bible is not that hard of a book to get through. It’s around 1100-1300 pages I think based on print size it varies. That is about the length of Shogun and not much longer then a Game of Thrones book. It doesn’t take people many years to understand it. People that do take years to understand what they read in such a moderate sized manuscript are not very bright.

    • Posted by focused313, at Reply

      reading something….and understanding it….are not synonymous. You can listen to an album and not understand the lyrics until months later. Perspective, wisdom, experience, overall knowledge of something upon further research can take your entire life.

    • Posted by sydandtaytum, at Reply

      it’s badly written. thats y i hate it.

    • Posted by wolfgang simons, at Reply

      +Michael Turner As a sceptic, you need to read the bible only once to see all the contradictions in the book itself, and with modern science and history. The “years and years and a lifetime” you mention is only needed to make up stuff for the apologetics to fool the believers, or you are a conspiracy theorist and believe in something like the “bible-code” or similar nonsense and you need so much time to “decode” the old myth.

    • Posted by Woo Cheol Shin, at Reply

      I was born into a 100% bible-based Christian family. I’m now an atheist. I can argue with you all day, and prove that your faith is misplaced.

  17. Posted by Noel Zepeda, at Reply

    Whatever happened to separation of church and state

    • Posted by Noel Zepeda, at Reply

      Kacie Anderson I see you mean. I’m agnostic personally but don’t mind that people are religious. I just dislike when religion influences legislation in our government, like when people may be pro life because their “Faith” tells them how they should be thinking.

    • Posted by Kacie Anderson, at Reply

      Noel Zepeda yes, that does suck, but there is always something in someone’s life that influences them; where it be a person or religion, we can not help that.

    • Posted by Ask808Ecs, at Reply

      Noel Zepeda that’s not in the Bible lol

    • Posted by Ja Crispy, at Reply

      Noel Zepeda You don’t have to be religious to be pro-life. The pro-life movement makes its argument with science anyway, without involving religion.

    • Posted by generationofswine, at Reply

      Ja Crispy You’re right. The only requirement of the “pro life” movement is that you hate women.

  18. Posted by Arthur Hull, at Reply

    This is discrimination against atheists, Jewish people, Muslim people, HIndu people, Sikh people, Bhuddist people, Agnostic people. ect.