1,000 Christians Protest New Zealand's Removal of All Jesus References in Parliamentary Prayer

October 31, 2018

Close to 1,000 Christians protested outside of Parliament in New Zealand on Tuesday, condemning as "Judas" the speaker's removal of all references to Jesus Christ in prayer.

The change to the parliamentary prayer was enacted in November 2017 when Labour's Trevor Mallard took over the speaker role. 2 hours, if not sooner," the organization said in a statement Saturday.

Read more at: https://www.christianpost.com/news/1000-christians-protest-new-zealands-removal-of-all-jesus-references-in-parliamentary-prayer-228267/

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