WHAT? Now Hillary Clinton Wants To Be A Pastor?

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How would you feel if you went to church next Sunday and “Pastor Hillary Clinton” got up to deliver the message? According to Clinton’s longtime pastor, Hillary says that she wants wants to start preaching. Considering the fact that she stands in direct opposition to just about everything that the Bible says, it is hard to imagine her doing this with a straight face. Bill and Hillary Clinton have been fueling anger and hatred toward conservative Christians for decades, but now she is suddenly going to turn over a new leaf? If Clinton announced that she had decided to denounce abortion then she would definitely get my attention, but at this point this just seems like another Clinton political stunt.

 

Earlier today when I came across an article published by the Atlantic entitled “Hillary Wants To Preach”, I was tempted to dismiss it as some of that “fake news” that we have been hearing so much about lately. But it turns out that this story is actually true…

Hillary Clinton wants to preach. That’s what she told Bill Shillady, her longtime pastor, at a recent photo shoot for his new book about the daily devotionals he sent her during the 2016 campaign. Scattered bits of reporting suggest that ministry has always been a secret dream of the two-time presidential candidate: Last fall, the former Newsweek editor Kenneth Woodward revealed that Clinton told him in 1994 that she thought “all the time” about becoming an ordained Methodist minister. She asked him not to write about it, though: “It will make me seem much too pious.” The incident perfectly captures Clinton’s long campaign to modulate—and sometimes obscure—expressions of her faith.

For Clinton, this would be yet another very unusual chapter in a very strange religious journey. She has always claimed to be a “Christian”, but it is also important to remember that in college she did her senior thesis on a radical leftist that dedicated his book to Lucifer

In 1993, the president of Wellesley College approved a new rule that all senior theses written by a president or first lady of the United States would be kept under lock and key, a move aimed at preventing the public from learning about their new First Lady. After the Clintons left the White House, however, Hillary’s senior thesis was released to the public – a 92 page homage to radical leftist Saul Alinsky, who dedicated his book to Lucifer.

And back in 2015, Clinton delivered a speech in which she insisted that “religious beliefs” that do not conform to her progressive agenda “have to be changed”

“All the laws we’ve passed don’t count for much if they’re not enforced. Rights have to exist in practice, not just on paper. Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”

Hillary Clinton is not interested in the God of the Bible or in living the way that the Bible actually intends for us to live.

Clinton and her husband have been promoting just about every form of evil imaginable for decades, but that won’t matter to many people. If Hillary wants to preach, many on the left will be absolutely thrilled

“Given her depth of knowledge of the Bible and her experience of caring for people and loving people, she’d make a great pastor,” Shillady told me. No, she probably won’t go to seminary, he said. No, she probably won’t pursue an official lay position in the Methodist church, like deaconess. (I reached out to Clinton’s spokespeople for comment, but didn’t hear back.) “I think it would be more of … her guest preaching at some point,” he said. “We have a long history of lay preachers in the United Methodist Church.”

Since the election, “I think her faith is stronger,” Shillady added. “I haven’t noticed anything different, except that I think she is more relaxed than I’ve ever seen her.” Maybe after all these years of hard-scrabble politics, Clinton is finally becoming a more straightforward version of herself: a woman whose fondest ambition is teaching scripture in church.

I am just glad that she isn’t in the White House. If she had won the 2016 election, things would have gone very badly for extremely outspoken conservatives like me.

As I keep saying, our nation is in the midst of a cultural war. If the left ultimately wins, they plan to do whatever they can to criminalize our way of thinking. And I am not the only one that is warning about this. For example, just consider what Newt Gingrich had to say about this recently…

“Remember: There are a lot of people on the other side, including in the elite news media, who deeply, deeply want President Trump to fail,” he warned, “who deeply want our values to be wiped out by making them, frankly, illegal, and who are deeply committed to changing America in ways that would turn it into a country you and I would have no real knowledge of and no understanding of.”

In an America where the political and cultural divisions seem to be widening, Gingrich pointed out Trump can make a real difference.

“He’s clearly committed to breaking up political correctness,” the former Georgia representative said. “He’s clearly committed to advocating the kind of future that we want for our children and our grandchildren.”

I wrote quite a bit about this cultural war in my brand new book entitled “Living A Life That Really Matters”. It is my most important book yet, and just today I had someone tell me how it had deeply affected them. The truth matters, and many on the left are trying very hard to convince us that right is wrong and that wrong is right.

If Hillary Clinton wants to “preach”, she certainly has the right to do so.

But in the end, her side is not going to win. No matter how hard the left tries to twist and distort the Bible, the plain meaning of the Scriptures is there for everyone to see. The Bible has been changing hearts and minds all over the planet for centuries, and nothing is going to change that.

And Hillary Clinton better be careful, because if she starts reading the Bible too much it might end up changing her heart too…

Michael Snyder is a Republican candidate for Congress in Idaho’s First Congressional District, and you can learn how you can get involved in the campaign on his official website. His new book entitled “Living A Life That Really Matters” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com.

 
  • “Considering the fact that she stands in direct opposition to just about everything that the Bible says”

    Horse x. That is one of the many outright LIES (bearing of false witness, if you prefer) that made so many people despise her. She’s gone to church faithfully since her childhood an lived a more exemplary life than most; meanwhile Sin-mad Donald can’t scare up a witness who’d ever seen him in a church or saying the word “G-d” unless it was before “dammit”.

    • travis

      George, is that you?

    • joanofark06

      Wow, I can see satan smiling at you, for THAT!

      • Amazon Bilderberg

        That person has mental issues.

        • Agreed 100%. Thinking that you can “see” Satan is a sign of severe and advanced schizophrenia. Better hope we don’t see her starting to use overly-religious propagandic appellations… uh-oh, she already has… psypost. org/2017/05/study-uncovers-brain-lesions-increase-religious-fundamentalism-48860

      • If you can see Satan smiling, you must be a Donald voter. Satan doesn’t communicate with anyone else.

    • Paul Patriot

      Carrie, Carrie, Carrie…..you have much to learn, but I sense from your posts, that you are not humble, but your nonsensical statement, ” She’s gone to church faithfully since her childhood and lived a more exemplary life than most”

      Reveals that you ate truly blind, and incapable of seeing (or accepting) the Truth.

      If you honestly think Hillary has lived a more exemplary life than most, then you need help.

      This troubling statement reveals much about your worldview and your moral compass.

      Please strive to KNOW the Lord Jesus Christ soon as time is running short

      • I am not gullible, whereas you and your ilk are. And you take great pride in your gullibility as well. I could log out of my disqus account right now, come back using the thoroughly weak guest-user function, and lay down a whopper against former Secretary of State Clinton (or indeed anyone the Reich-wing has been indoctrinated to hate)… and each of you would gobble it down so fast you’d need to come up for air so you wouldn’t choke.

        The difference between your actions and mine is that when I read a new Reich-wing claim, I actually research it before pledging allegiance to its veracity. She HAS gone to church faithfully since her childhood (and this was even the claim for DECADES prior to her entering political life), and she HAS lived a more exemplary life than most… or perhaps I am just holding her up to the reputations of other, less Christians such as :: jesusnorepublican. org/+Reasonable/gopimmorality.html or patheos. com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2016/04/11/more-republican-politicians-than-trans-people-have-been-arrested-for-sex-acts-in-bathrooms/ … but actually now I see that comparing her life to the lives of those men in the preceding links was unfair, ha.

    • Jim Davis

      Going to church means nothing. Especially with all of the left-wing, marxist allegedly Christian churches that more closely resemble covens.

      • Covens, lol!

        I almost used G-d’s name in vain laughing at that one. You people just keep proving how sheep-like you are in your hivemind thinking.

        • Jim Davis

          Instead of posting here so much, why not put your autism to good use and go count cards?

  • davidnrobyn

    ‘“I think it would be more of … her guest preaching at some point,” he said.’
    AKA, using the pulpit as a political soapbox.

    • iris

      Or Charles Spurgeon or Alistair Begg. I love their sense of humor.

  • KMH

    satanists can be pastors and satan worship can be considered a religion too.

    • joanofark06

      Exactly! satan is a god himself! Most people don’t realize there are many gods. So anyone can talk about “loving god”, or “following god”, or honestly saying “thank god”, etc etc….but if they don’t say Jesus or Christ, then you have to wonder, with their putting “god” in a generalized way, which “god” would they be speaking about, or praying to, for that matter. Tricky, but not for someone who follows the Lord Jesus, our eyes and ears are open to THAT trickery!

      • If you think Hillary Clinton has a darned thing to do with any pro-Satan god(s), you are of a psychiatric illness level not yet discovered.

        The only pro-Satan on our political landscape today has been exorcised from the White House for another two weeks. Let’s just hope he doesn’t twist North Korea’s arm into bombing us in the meantime.

  • Burt Gummer

    The United Methodist Church is an apostate church. She ought to fit in nicely.

    • abc

      Or Oprah’s new age church.

      • Burt Gummer

        Wait a minute…wasn’t that Mooooochelle’s gramma?

  • Art V

    HAHAHAHAHAHA … THAT’s the best joke I’ve heard in years !

    OH … it’s NOT a joke ??

  • Lance Steele

    She would indeed be a great pastor……….for the First Church of Hades.

  • joanofark06

    And Hillary Clinton better be careful, because if she starts reading the Bible too much it might end up changing her heart too…

    You can’t change the heart of a follower of satan, sad to say. If you try, you better have a LOT of priests, doing a lot of exorcism!

    • Guest

      Absolutely.

  • im4truth4all

    Which god is she preaching about. Remember that satan quotes scripture for his own purpose.

    • Satan quotes scripture? Do you listen to Satan’s podcasts or something, or was that just a hip little lie that you know everyone here is stupid enough to believe?

      • Guest

        Of course Satan knows the scriptures. You are utterly stupid, Carrie, and completely ignorant of what the Bible says.

        • Zlatko Milanovic

          Gee Guest, what a wonderful example of Christian charity and forbearance your are (not)…

          • davidnrobyn

            Nice little game of double-standard gotcha you’ve got going here.
            FYI, Zlatko, Carrie just called everyone here stupid.

            FYI, Carrie:
            5 Then the devil took him to the holy city and set him on the pinnacle of the temple 6 and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down, for it is written, ‘He will command his angels concerning you,’ and ‘On their hands they will bear you up,
            lest you strike your foot against a stone.’” (Matt. 4:5,6)

            Here’s one for you, Carrie:

            A proud and haughty man— “Scoffer” is his name; He acts with arrogant pride. (Pr. 21:24)

            Your proud, arrogant answer to im4truth4all was a perfect example of scoffing. It’s getting very tiresome, btw.

          • abc

            One time I said I have autism spectrum disorder and Carrie said she’s on the spectrum as well.

            The doctor must have injected her with more mercury, et al. than he did me. I just got enough to make it difficult to have friends but thankfully not enough mercury vaccines to lose my logic ability.

            It is such a horrible thing to do to babies and children and they keep requiring more.

          • My parents never required me to get vaccines. Even back in the 1900’s, Christian schools knew not to poison children, so your teeheehee attempt to disparage me falls flatter than your you-know-what you always talk about.

          • abcd

            Maybe you had lack of oxygen as a baby or a fall or parent(s) on drugs? Sadly there’s a lot of things that can cause brain issues.

            Your comments are often whacked out so I think you had something happen as a baby. Don’t get me wrong i’m not trying to be mean.

          • Hmm, maybe the imaginary fall or lack of oxygen you assume happened is the reason why I always finished every school year as Valedictorian or Salutatorian? And why my IQ tested at 160 just before I entered high school, skipping a grade too. Yeah… because ***that’s*** how falls and hypoxia affect youths’ intelligence, mm-hmmmm. If you were intelligent yourself, you wouldn’t have thought any of that.

            Let’s review that it is YOU who posts the cockamamie health claims, as well as some outrageously absurd biological claims (the most laughable was that [human] organisms don’t benefit from hybrid vigor, oh-em-geee, even KIDS know better).

          • abcd

            IQ of 160 not buying it.
            that last part has some truth to it depending on the situation.
            good night

          • I’m glad you’re not buying it… it simply means your “intelligence” level is consistent… consistently low.

            LOL, I won’t make your little head spin with what my IQ was by the time I entered college at sixteen years of age…

          • Zlatko Milanovic

            I don’t get it….

        • Please do everyone here a GIGANTIC favor and illustrate for us all where you believe I ever said, wrote, or even came close to implying that Satan doesn’t know Scripture. We’ll all wait…

          OK, enough waiting. I never said Satan didn’t KNOW Scripture. Believe this or not… but words actually mean things… and “QUOTE” does not happen to mean the same thing as “KNOW”. I never said Satan doesn’t KNOW Scripture. For you to log out of your disqus account and to come back to this article and use the guest function only illustrates that you KNEW YOU WERE LYING when you accused me of saying something my words show that I never said. That is called “Strawmanning”, and it’s the same as bearing false witness… something that G-d frowns upon sooooo much that He actually made a commandment against doing it.

          • davidnrobyn

            Carrie, you should quit digging. Read my response to Zlatko above, which has Satan quoting Scripture to Jesus.

      • Paul Patriot

        If you dared open the Bible you would find the answer…..but, NO! , you rather attack, criticize all you dialog with here with arrogant, condescending, sarcastic, emotionally driven diatribes against anyone who has an opinion that you disagree with, displaying for all the “tolerance” that has become synonymous with liberal progressive, Bible haters nation wide.

        Good job!!!!

        • Umm, yeah. From all my years in parochial academies, until I earned my [first] degree in Christianity and Comparative Religions, I *like totes never* dared to open the Bible. Same goes for our children whom we send to parochial academies too — I totally help them with their homework without *ever* opening a single Bible. I am not as amazing as you give me credit for, sockpuppet.

          I like how instead of addressing facts, or even disputing anything I actually wrote, you instead opted to start barking down some bizarre rant about something that still isn’t true — I am still not a liberal. So if you want to stop being called stupid, you might want to stop saying stupid things.

          • Paul Patriot

            Bingo!!!!!!! There’s the problem!!!

          • Carl2

            ‘Bingo!!!!!!!’ is of course what one yells as they stand up to draw attention to themselves in a room full of people.

            Well done sir. Well done.

        • Thoughtwrite

          Yeah, I was going to say that is is written in the Bible.. and example of which is the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness in Matthew.. where Satan “misquotes” scripture.. Oh, also don’t forget in the Garden of Eden also where Satan, in the guise of the serpent, flat out lies to Eve. Misquoting again. There are other examples also.

  • Zlatko Milanovic

    Perhaps you should get the log out of your own eye, before you mention the speck in your sister’s eye….

    • Guest

      Utterly ridiculous comment.

    • Paul Patriot

      Lol! The assumed incrimination of Michael for writing this article and trying to compare it to the parallel with the Jesus phrase, is pretty pitiful, shame on you!

    • Jim Davis

      She’s not my sister, maybe yours.

      • HMA

        Your comment makes zero sense.

        • Jim Davis

          To an autiste I guess it wouldn’t

          • HMA

            Trying to avoid looking dumb again!

  • Tatiana Covington

    Likely she would ruin Christianity by spending it into the ground. After that? Islam!

  • Ray S.

    Alzheimer’s makes people do strange things.

  • Thoughtwrite

    Apostate preacher?… yes. One that preaches the word as it is written? No! She might amount to a motivational speaker or counselor using religion as a basis but that religion is probably going to be used by her agenda. I.E. pick and choose. She should read the last chapter of Revelation where it warns of changing the words of the Bible before she starts for the pulpit.

  • ◄ 2 Corinthians 11:14 ►

    “But I am not surprised! Even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.”