Former President Jimmy Carter has been more critical of Christians than terrorists like Hamas and ISIS. Carter ran for president in 1976 as a “born again Christian.”
Carter’s Southern Baptist Faith turned out to be a huge disappointment. Dr. Gary North writes:
“The fundamentalists were happy to receive attention at long last (although a majority of white voters in the South actually voted for President Ford), and a few of them realized that Carter’s preferred theologians were liberals: Karl Barth, Paul Tillich, and especially Richard Niebuhr. He was also appreciative of the existential philosopher, Sören Kierkegaard. It took a non-Christian, libertarian columnist Jeffrey St. John, to put this out in his 1976 paperback, Jimmy Carter’s Betrayal of the South.”
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