James Robison, Ravi Zacharias Warn Christians Are on the Brink of Losing Their Religious Liberties
October 24, 2016
As the presidential election is only 19 days away, evangelicals are concerned about many issues, but the justices that the next president nominates to the U.S. Supreme Court arguably tops the list. And it is not just the highest court in the land that they are worried about, but the state of the judiciary as a whole. The next president will also appoint judges to federal and appellate benches that will have significant ramifications for American society, perhaps cementing a liberal ideology in the courts for the foreseeable future.
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