A tide of progressivism that is swamping everyone from bakers and florists to Johns Hopkins researchers and Christian colleges is about to be stopped, says a longtime political activist.
Help is on the way thanks to President-elect Donald Trump and his incoming administration, says Dr. Richard Land, currently the president of Southern Evangelical Seminary.
Land formerly led the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, a public policy arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, that allowed him to witness a battle over politics, culture, and religious freedom.
According to Land, however, that ever-growing list of victims will have an ally in the White House.
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