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preaching article Black Pastor Calls for Mass Exodus from the Democratic Party

Black Pastor Calls for Mass Exodus from the Democratic Party

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Oct 23, 2012
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Do you think Bishop E.W. Jackson's call for a departure from the Democratic Party is justified? Could someone make a case for a mass exodus from the Republican Party as well? Share your comments below.

Earl Walker Jackson Sr. is an American pastor, businessman speaker, author, and political activist. He was a Republican Party primary candidate for the United States Senate in Virginia in the 2012 election

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Bill Williams avatar
Bill Williams
0 days ago
Personally, I wouldn't mind seeing a mass exodus of Christians from BOTH parties. My citizenship is in heaven, and Christ alone is my king!
Roy Fitzgerald avatar
Roy Fitzgerald
0 days ago
Thank God for a Preacher who is willing to stand up for God, and biblical principal. I agree whole hardly. Make God bless you is our pray.
Bryant Bacon avatar
Bryant Bacon
0 days ago
I knew this was more about political parties not Christianity.
Rachel Jarvis avatar
Rachel Jarvis
0 days ago
Amen, amen, amen, amen!!!!
Helen Jackson avatar
Helen Jackson
0 days ago
I think we should remember the scripture that says the government will be on HIS shoulders. Not ours! Don't hide behind Christianity to get your political agenda across. I mean really, now you're telling people what party. Really! So switching to another political party is biblical principal?
Qawii Abdelmasih avatar
Qawii Abdelmasih
0 days ago
I am a Canadian and maybe you feel I should have nothing to sat here but I am proud of this brother and his stand. I am also surprised and disappointed that no white Christian pastors have stood by him in this. Maybe they are afraid of losing their tax status.
Qawii Abdelmasih avatar
Qawii Abdelmasih
0 days ago
I am a Canadian and maybe you feel I should have nothing to sat here but I am proud of this brother and his stand. I am also surprised and disappointed that no white Christian pastors have stood by him in this. Maybe they are afraid of losing their tax status.
Charles Thornton avatar
Charles Thornton
0 days ago
Amen Bill Williams!! Also, I would tend to agree with Helen Jackson!

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