Nancy Pelosi | non-Bible | God Says Shut-up

Nancy Pelosi | non-Bible | God Says Shut-up

“To clarify: It is not “there someplace.” ”

“Between 2002 and 2018, the quote appears 12 times in the Congressional Record, with Pelosi responsible for all but one of the entries. (The other time, Texas Republican Louie Gohmert was quoting Pelosi.) She has deployed it in speeches to recognize genocide in Darfur (“to ignore God’s creation, which are these children, is to dishonor the God who made them”), to strengthen the Endangered Species Act (“to minister to the needs of God’s creation, and that includes our beautiful environment”), twice to honor Catholic schools (“my Catholic education taught me that to minister to the needs of God’s creation”), and to express condolences after the 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia (“it is appropriate on many occasions, but I thought of it the minute I saw the tsunami”).

It’s easy to see why the line is useful for a politician. It suggests that to do any kind of earthly good—“to minister to the needs of God’s creation”—is a holy act.”

[Nancy Pelosi keeps quoting her favorite Bible verse, which is not actually in the Bible.]

[ Reviewed Unto Righteousness Below ]

Nancy Pelosi even if the quote were in the Bible you have no right to quote anything from the Bible.

But to the wicked God says:
“What right have you to recite my statutes,
or take my covenant on your lips?”

(Psalm 50:16)


 

Naw, it an’t a surpise there is no pushback with all that Cultural Christianity isn’t.

  • “Pelosi has faced surprisingly little pushback over the years for her repeated citation of a nonexistent Bible verse.” [Nancy Pelosi keeps quoting her favorite Bible verse, which is not actually in the Bible.]

“To minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us.”  – Nancy Pelosi’s non-Bible quotation she falsely believes is in the Bible. In other words Nancy Pelosi promotes a lie.

Reviewed Unto Righteousness
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