"My position is, unless we are caring as much for the vulnerable outside the womb as inside the womb, we're not carrying out the full message of Jesus," he said in a telephone interview yesterday. "They began to think this might threaten their base or evaporate some of their support, and they said they just couldn't go there."
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Christian Coalition refuses to address issues of poverty
Here is a link to an article published in the Washington Post today about, Joel Hunter, the second new leader of the Christian Coalition to step down. The board of directors did not agree with his plan to broaden the organization's agenda. In addition to opposing abortion and same-sex marriage, Hunter, 58, wanted to take on such issues as poverty, global warming and HIV/AIDS.