When my youngest daughter was taking a Jr. College class on government during her last year of high school (home schooling), she asked if I had ever heard of Jim Wallis. Apparently her textbook had an extended quote by him. We are blessed with daughters that have outstanding discernment, so I was overjoyed but not surprised that even in a Liberal class and textbook she saw that he was a fake.
I’d say he was a wolf in sheep’s clothing but he’s so far gone that I think he took of the sheep’s clothing. Must have gotten too warm. In a move that should surprise no one, he just switched to supporting oxymoronic “same-sex marriage.” He, like Rob Bell and others, waited until the precise moment that it would profit him to “change his mind.”
Of course there was no substance to his change, just blather about strengthening marriage (another lie).
“We are losing marriage in this society. I’m worried about that – among low income people, but all people. How do we commit liberals and conservatives to re-covenanting marriage, reestablishing, renewing marriage?”
When The Huffington Post asked Wallis to clarify if that meant he specifically supports same-sex marriage, Wallis answered, “yes.”
Isn’t that special? He has taken it upon himself to do the opposite of what God said and act like he’s just trying to help marriages. It has nothing to do with maintaining his popularity!
More about Wallis:
- He is a faux-lifer, which is worse than being openly pro-abortion because of the added deception. He blathers about “social justice” while ignoring the greatest injustice in our country: Killing unwanted human beings.
- While posing as a centrist, he accepted funding from pro-abortion Leftist George Soros then lied about it.
- He is a shameless race-baiter.
- Worst of all, he specifically denies the real Gospel and says the Gospel “is all about wealth redistribution.”
From a January 13, 2006 radio interview with Interfaith Voices:
Host: Are you then calling for the redistribution of wealth in society?
Wallis: Absolutely, without any hesitation. That’s what the Gospel is all about.
Run, don’t walk, from people like Jim Wallis.