Southern Baptist Pastor wants foreign governments to hack 2020 election to defeat Donald Trump — Christian Research Network

On Twitter, he declared his aversion to Trump and willingness to vote for Hillary Clinton. He tweeted, “Let the hate begin. But if choice is between Clinton and Trump, I’m voting Clinton. I’ll go back to not voting when this man is defeated!”

(Capstone Report)  A prominent Southern Baptist Pastor tweeted his desire that foreign governments meddle in the 2020 US Presidential election. The goal? Defeat Donald Trump.

“If I were the head of state for an American ally, I would be working to convince other American allies to work together to hack the next election to choose for the US a normal president so we could return things to normal. The world can’t afford more of this,” SBC pastor Thabiti Anyabwile tweeted.

Thabiti Anyabwile is the pastor of a Southern Baptist Church, Anacostia River Church of Washington, DC. He is the author of Exalting Jesus in Luke (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary) and many other books. The commentary on Luke was published by the Southern Baptist Convention’s Holman Reference. Holman is an imprint of the SBC’s Lifeway.

Anyabwile is a regular conference speaker at Big Eva conferences including T4G and The Gospel Coalition events. Anyabwile is highly connected to Southern Baptist leadership. He promoted prison reform during the ERLC 2019 Evangelicals for Life Event. He’s regularly featured by seminaries and entities. He spoke at chapel last year at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.  View article →

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