I on occasion read BeliefNet blogs, etc. This column by a liberal never-Trumper is not biblical and I am tired on media specialists with little experience with the Bible writing junk that could lead a young Christian astray. The pillar of Christian has stood for 2,000 years and has been attacked since John the Baptist was in Elizabeth's womb. We do not need to be 21st century relevant to...
“Never Trumper trying to sway Christian beliefs - wolf sheep's clothing.”
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Kenneth F. McCallion is a former federal prosecutor, attorney, and author of "Treason & Betrayal: The Rise and Fall of Individual-1." He and his family are active members of Christ Church in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The teachings of the Episcopal Church are suspect, often not Biblical and tend to take on a pro-liberal, pro-marxist & pro-climate change approach to teaching pseudo-scripture.
Christ Church managed to find a minister that went to Berkeley Divinity. Oh boy! I hope that this church and its minister teaches a Christ centered message.
This is a review of McCallion's book from a socialist on Amazon: Kenneth McCallion documents Trump's connections to the Russian oligarchs. This includes Trump's role as a money launderer for those oligarchs. This is established fact, not wild conspiracy theory. And the fact that there are so very few articles or books that document this makes this book worthwhile, if for no other reason. But there is considerably more information. I'm over 70, and never can I remember any sitting president being accused of treason, except by the most wild and extreme wing of the political spectrum, like the John Birch Society. The very fact that McCallium, a former federal prosecutor, makes this charge is significant in and of itself. The fact that he documents it makes it even more so. But what exactly is "treason" and what is the "national interest"? And how has it come to pass that we have a US president who clearly is equally loyal to a rival ruling class - the Russian oligarchs? Some of this McCallium makes a stab at, but there's a lot more to be considered. That's why the book only gets four stars from me.