In the wake of white supremacists and neo-nazis marching in support of confederate heritages over the weekend, POTUS Trump gave statements that seemingly reinforce his bigotry. White Evangelical Christians overwhelmingly voted for him in spite of his open bigotry, misogeny, and xenophobia.Will those pastors and leaders speak out against what happened or will they continue to defend POTUS over principles? Will the Black pastors who supported POTUS speak out? Tune in to this and other topics on Zera Today with Pastor Neal
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