Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton was speaking at a Campaign event in Iowa on Monday when an event goer asked her if the Ten Commandments mattered to her. The former Secretary of State replied that she is indeed a person of faith.. a Christian and a Methodist. Plus Bishop Paul S. Morton wants a commitment she will protect God’s Church on marriage.
According to the New York Times, Mrs. Clinton was asked by high school guidance counselor, Jessica Manning if the Ten Commandments mattered to her, and Clinton responded with:
“But I do believe that in many areas judgment should be left to God, that being more open, tolerant and respectful is part of what makes me humble about my faith,” Clinton asserted. “I am in awe of people who truly turn the other cheek all the time, who can go that extra mile that we are called to go, who keep finding ways to forgive and move on.”
In other Hillary Clinton news Bishop Paul S. Morton asked pastors who are going to meet with her to get a commitment that she will protect God’s Church on marriage. The Bishop tweeted,
Pastors who are going to meet with
@HillaryClinton make sure you get a commitment from her that she will protect God’s Church on marriage