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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

New in the White House: Bible Studies

The Trump administration has undergone a spiritual awakening. According to the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN),senior cabinet members are holding weekly sessions dedicated solely to Bible (both Old and New Testament) study.
 
Ralph Drollinger, a retired NBA player, who has taught weekly Bible lessons in the Senate and the House of Representatives and initiated religious studies in the US House of Representatives of about 40 American states, recently began a weekly class of about 12 members of the Cabinet.
 
The lessons include Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and his chaired by Vice President Mike Pence.
 
The meetings are headed by Vice President Mike Pence, whose passion for Bible study is well known.
 
Drollinger told the CBN that "these likely the first of its kind in almost 100 years."
 
US President Donald Trump is not known to be particularity devout, having once called the Bible only his second favorite book, after the bestseller which he penned, 'The Art of the Deal." He did win large amount's of evangelical support however, carrying 80% of the vote, the most since George W. Bush took 78% in 2004. WATCH