Recent reports are saying that President Trump has been holding Bible study sessions inside the White House, but many are saying that this is unconstitutional.
Do you think Trump should be allowed to host Bible study sessions in the White House?
Christianity was quite important in the founding of this nation, and hurts NO ONE. So, being historical in this country particularly, it is NOT unconstitutional for Bible classes in the WH.
After all, it was apparently Constitutional for Bill Clinton to play footsies with a young female aid behind his wife’s back. As that was not unconstitutional, I cannot fathom why Bible classes could be classed as unconstitutional. Other religions SHOULD not be taught in OUR White House….some other religions s had no bearing on the founding of this country, and some religions are dangerous and should be denied access to anything related to OUR government.
This Nation was founded on Christian Principles. Founding Fathers Prayed together on a regularly. No doubt other administrations have had Bible studies in the White House, as well as prayer time. I don’t think is Unconstitutional at all.
Just because these people don’t believe in God, we still do, and were proud of that fact. You worship the Devil – and you already known what your final destination will be.
Stop with the BS, and climb back into a hole.
Among regular attendees is Sessions, who demonstrated his willingness to turn the other cheek while enduring repeated slights from the president, who even called him ‘weak’ in a tweet last week.He’ll [Sessions] go out the same day I teach him something and I’ll see him do it on camera and I just think, ‘Wow, these guys are faithful, available and teachable and they’re at Bible study every week they’re in town,” Drollinger told the religious network.
‘These are godly individuals that God has risen to a position of prominence in our culture,’ said Drollinger, who has also set up bible study groups in Congress and in state capitals.