Evangelical Leaders Pray With Donald Trump – North Carolina Commissioners Told Not to Pray
In July a number of Protestant Pastors and other prominent Christians made an unscheduled visit to the Oval Office to lay on hands and pray for the president. Some have raised concern based upon the separation of church and state. Are these concerns valid?
Also in July the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that elected officials in North Carolina violated the Constitution by opening meetings with Christian prayers. Some have raised concern based upon the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Are these concerns valid?
Panel: Troy Skinner, 930 WFMD Moderator. Julius Shern, Pastor of St. John’s Bible Fellowship Church in New Market. Kendall Lovelace, Evangelist at St. John’s Bible Fellowship Church in New Market. Daniel Razvi, JD from Oak Brook College of Law (and also part of Conquered By Love Ministries).