Rev. Franklin Graham challenged the Democrats for the “absence of God” at their convention last week.
“It has been interesting to see the absence of God,” he said as part of a lengthy Facebook post.
“I don’t believe America’s finest hours will be in front of us if we take God out of government and public life,” the Samaritan’s Purse president and CEO said. “It is God who set the standards we are to live by.”
Graham also quoted fellow evangelical leader Tony Evans, who said on a recent podcast, “When one nation under God becomes one nation apart from God, expect the consequences.”
Most notably, the Democrat caucus took “under God” out of the Pledge of Allegiance when it was said during the convention this year.
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