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Published On: Wed, Jul 7th, 2010

Christian radio station: Jim Wallis promotes secularism, ‘unholy’ government alliance

Jim Wallis is under attack for his version of Christianity, says the critics as the minister heads to an event known as “Lifest”  in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

“After researching extensively the words and published positions of Jim Wallis and his organization, Sojourners Magazine, and seeking fervently the guidance of the Holy Spirit in prayer, we believe the social justice message and agenda they promote is a seed of secular humanism, seeking an unholy alliance between the Church and Government,” Q90 FM, a Christian radio station based in De Pere, Wisc., said in a statement.

Crosstalk radio host Ingrid Schlueter expressed her opposition to presenting Wallis as “a credible Christian leader” and said youth are in “spiritual peril” if they attend the five-day event.”

In his response, Wallis said, “The biblical definition of social justice has to do with helping bring about God’s Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven, just as Jesus taught us to pray,” according to the The Post-Crescent of Appleton, Wisconsin. “And in a world where half the population lives in poverty, there is a great need for God’s Kingdom to be more fully present.”

“Lifest” starts Wednesday in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

photo by Moto Films courtesy of Fathom Events

 

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