Black Bishop: End 'Slavish Devotion' to Democratic Party

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African-American Christians have traditionally aligned themselves with the Democrat party.

But these days, a growing number of black ministers are calling on their church communities to take a closer look at the issues and support the candidates that best reflect their values.

Bishop E. W. Jackson, founder of the Chesapeake, Va.-based Exodus Faith Ministries is one of those pastors. Bishop Jackson is also the chairman of Ministers Taking a Stand.

He told CBN News' Lee Webb why he believes black Christians need to end what he calls "the slavish devotion to the Democrat Party."


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