In Their Own Words

If you live your life and don’t confess your sins to God almighty through the authority of Christ and his blood, I’m going to say this very plainly, you’re going straight to hell with a nonstop ticket.

Quit acting like a bible-thumping wimp. God is the Supreme Court. [applauded by Gov. Rick Perry in audience].

Rev. John Hagee sermon
Cornerstone Church, San Antonio

Dallas Morning News, Nov. 6, 2006

In my faith, that’s what it says, and I’m a believer of that [agreeing with Hagee sermon] . . . My Christian faith teaches that the way is through Jesus Christ.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry
Dallas Morning News, Nov. 6, 2006

We have direct access [to the White House] and can take a concern to the president through staff and get a response within 24 hours.

Rev. Ted Haggard
to the Wall Street Journal, before being outed,” Scripps Howard News Service
Nov. 4, 2006

The wall between church and state as it’s understood now would not be there.

Rev. Phillip Schanker
Unification Church spokesman
American Clergy Leadership Conference promoting theocracy

Chicago Tribune, Nov. 5, 2006

Hollywood–oh there are few believers there. Most of them are loonies or fruitcakes; they’re against everything high, holy, and sacred. And you go to Washington–there’s some great and godly men and women in the Congress, but for every one of them, there’s a Hillary Clinton. For every one of them, there’s a Nancy Pelosi. Imagine “San Francisco Pelosi” speaker of the House!

Rev. Jerry Falwell
Sermon, Thomas Road Baptist Church
Lynchburg, Va., Nov. 5, 2006

I’m an old-fashioned American, and my first priority is my faith in God, then my family, then my country. I would say Christian Embassy, . . . has had a huge impact because you have many men and women who are seeking God’s counsel and wisdom as we advise the chairman and the Secretary of Defense. Hallelujah!

Major General Jack Catton
Christian Embassy training video

Washington Post, Dec. 11, 2006

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