September 8, 2016
WASHINGTON (NRB) – National Religious Broadcasters will host a debate, “Evangelicals Debate the 2016 Election: Trump, Clinton, or Other,” with four evangelical leaders at the National Press Club (529 14th Street NW) in Washington, D.C., Friday, September 16, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
“This presidential election is unlike any other in many years,” said NRB President & CEO Dr. Jerry Johnson. “Evangelicals are among the most vocal critics of both major party nominees, while others strongly back Donald Trump. Unfortunately, most of the debate about this matter – especially as it relates to Trump – has occurred in dueling op-eds, blog posts, and tweets. We’re holding this forum to allow for a reasoned, careful debate among leading evangelical spokespersons in the hope that it will result in more light and less heat.”
Johnson will moderate the debate that will include the following participants:
|Erick Erickson||Janet Parshall||Bill Wichterman||Harry Jackson|
“I’m grateful to these leaders of diverse backgrounds, professions, and political commitments for their willingness to engage each other on this critical matter,” Johnson said. “Christians – now, more than ever – must be America’s best citizens. We hope this forum will help them be that this election season and beyond. Being the best citizens necessarily includes an educated vote for president, including this year.”
As a non-partisan association of Christian communicators, NRB neither supports nor opposes candidates for political office. There will be a limited number of seats reserved for credentialed members of the press. Press are encouraged to reserve space immediately by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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