Church That Refused to Pray for Trump by Name Hosted Group That has Ties to Muslim Brotherhood

Today, I came across an article written in the Daily Caller conservative blog. It reported that a Christian church in Pasadena, California was refusing to pray for President-elect Donald Trump by name. The church in question is the All-Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena.

This is a church that I am familiar with. In December 2012, this church hosted the annual convention of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), an organization that has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

I am linking a report that I did after attending this day-long conference with other colleagues. It includes videos of the presentations.

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Most significantly, the pastor of the church, Ed Bacon, made a statement that the history of the Christian church was littered with evil. This is long reading and viewing, but gives great insight into how so many of our churches are being pre-empted by leftist theology and dhimmitude among too many Christian clergy.

The new report about the action of this church comes at no surprise to me.

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Gary Fouse

Born 1945 in Los Angeles. Currently employed since 1998 as adjunct teacher at University of California at Irvine Ext. teaching English as a second language.
Education: BS in Police Science and Administration California State University at Los Angeles (1970)
Master of Education at University of Virginia (1993)
Served three years in US Army Military Police Corps at Erlangen, Germany 1966-68.
1970-1973- Criminal Investigator with US Customs
1973-1995 Criminal Investigator with Drug Enforcement Administration. Stationed in Los Angeles, Bangkok, Milan, Italy, Pittsburgh and Office of Training, FBI Academy, Quantico, Va until retirement.
Author of Erlangen-An American's History of a German Town-University Press of America 2005
The Story of Papiamentu-A Study in Slavery and Language, University Press of America, 2002
The Languages of the Former Soviet Republics-Their History and Development, University Press of America, 2000

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