A recent poll commissioned by the Family Research Council found that 61 Percent of Americans Believe Pastors and Churches Should Challenge Obama On Religious Liberty Issues
Why Aren’t They?
“A recent poll commissioned by the Family Research Council found that 61 percent of Americans agree that pastors and churches should challenge the Obama administration when religious liberty issues are at stake. That being the case, then why are so many pastors afraid to speak up on these issues from the pulpit?
The poll, conducted February 20-23 by the polling company, inc./WomanTrend, surveyed 1,000 people over the age of 18 and called both landline and cell phones. Of the 61 percent in agreement, 41 percent strongly agreed, compared to the 28 percent who disagreed. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percent.
The findings were presented during a press conference I attended at the National Religious Broadcasters annual convention in Nashville earlier this week and I was able to speak with three pastors who are in the trenches of the religious liberty battle.
Tony Perkins, president of FRC presented the results and was joined by Dr. Robert Jeffress, Sr. Pastor at First Baptist Church in Dallas and Pastor Rafael Cruz, the director of Purifying Fire Ministries and someone who has experienced persecution himself before he and his family escaped Cuba in 1957.”- Family Research Council
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