Leaders with Ginni Thomas: Bishop E.W. Jackson
Bishop E.W. Jackson is a compelling and controversial pastor, speaker, author, lawyer and Marine.
As the founder and president of Staying True to America’s National Destiny (STAND) and head pastor of Exodus Faith Ministries in Chesapeake, Va., he is focused on preserving America’s Judeo-Christian traditions.
Jackson lost his bid to become the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Virginia this year; he’s now a Republican activist. He argues that Christians should leave the Democratic Party because he believes it has turned its back on God in increasingly clear ways.
Although he has directed his message to all Christians, Jackson’s video message to black Christians has gone viral.
In a recent interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas, Jackson discussed his message to Jewish voters, what he thinks of President Obama’s outreach to Christians and much more.
Click the links below to fast-forward to each question:
What do you think of President Obama’s campaign outreach to Christians with a faith platform?
What is your message to black Christians in the Democratic Party?
Do you have a message for Jewish voters?
What do you say to those who think the campaign should only be about the economy and jobs?
What gives you hope?
Tell us about your background
How bad is media bias right now?
How did Americans get duped by President Obama in 2008?
Can you legislate morality?
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