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January 19, 2019

Special guest John Pavlovitz discusses Trump & Evangelicals - Trump's going nowhere folks

By Egberto Willies

Pastor John Pavlovitz talks to us about Evangelicals' attachment to Donald Trump. Afterward, we talk about the media's Trump hyperventilation to nowhere.


We are going to have a great show today on two subjects. We begin with the Evangelicals attachment to Donald Trump with Pastor John Pavlovitz. The second is the media's hyperventilation with all things Trump without the proper context.

John Pavlovitz is a writer, pastor, and activist. In the past five years, his blog Stuff That Needs To Be Said has reached a diverse worldwide audience of millions of people, and he is widely regarded as a leading voice in progressive faith in America. Pavlovitz is a 22-year veteran in the trenches of local church ministry who has committed to equality, diversity, and justiceboth inside and outside of faith communities. In 2017 he released his first book, A Bigger Table. His second book, Hope and Other Superpowers, arrived in November of 2018.

After every discovery of a "new" Trump deceit, the media starts with the administration's obituary. Forget that. He is too good for the plutocracy for many reasons we will discuss.

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Egberto WilliesEgberto Willies is a political activist, author, political blogger, radio show host, business owner, software developer, web designer, and mechanical engineer in Kingwood, TX. Egberto is an ardent Liberal that believes tolerance is essential. His favorite phrase is "political involvement should be a requirement for citizenship". He believes that we must get away from the current policies that reward those who simply move money/capital and produce nothing tangible for our society. If a change in policy does not occur, America will be no different than many oligarchic societies where a few are able to accumulate wealth while the rest are left out because it is mathematically impossible to catch up.

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