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Faith groups in Women’s March
Give me Wisdom and do not reject me from among your children.
The conservative predictions of their own destruction didn’t come true. The liberal anticipation of the utter destruction of their enemies failed to be consummated.
On the morning that Trump was declared elected as President, subway riders in the Union Square Station of Manhattan started posting notes to express their fears and hopes.
A broad coalition of religious conservatives and moderates coalesced to give the GOP top-to-bottom victories at the national, state, and local levels.
It’s time to dial down the rhetoric, listen, and love courageously.
Look at a dime. It says “e pluribus unum.” Out of many one.
Talking Trump, Clinton and Princess Di with Pastor Walter Deloatch of Tiberia Baptist Church on Ralph Avenue
Talking presidential politics with Pastor Walter Deloatch of Tiberia Baptist Church on Ralph Avenue
Tony Carnes, editor with A Journey through NYC Religions, says while there are concentrations of Muslim neighborhoods, the task Cruz is proposing is unrealistic.