Rev. Welton Gaddy, as a longtime Baptist minister and a champion of keeping religion out of politics (and politics out of religion), has a unique history with some of the techniques and leaders of the rapidly growing Evangelical/Catholic alliance that, most recently, gathered several weeks ago in the Lone Star State to attempt to anoint an acceptable Republican Presidential candidate. These alliances are too powerful to be considered “fringe” anymore; the testimony of Rev. Gaddy’s experiences make this abundantly clear.
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And be sure to tune in this weekend to State of Belief Radio, as Rev. Gaddy continues exposing these threats to our secular system of government with the Rev. Don Wilkey, a Baptist pastor in Texas who has a front-row seat for all the shenanigans emanating from that state during this election season, despite Governor Rick Perry’s dropping out of the race.