The head of a national pro-life activist organization has criticized a handful of well-known evangelical leaders for not supporting former President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, arguing that they “let down the pro-life movement.”
Penny Young Nance, president of the socially conservative Concerned Women for America, shared her thoughts about the future of the pro-life movement and the United States less than a month into the Joe Biden presidency in an interview with The Christian Post.
She expressed disappointment with some of the “pro-abortion, anti-life, anti-women’s dignity” policies implemented by the new administration. She also contended that a lack of urgency regarding the consequences of the 2020 presidential election among some high-profile evangelical leaders hurt the pro-life movement.
“Evangelical leaders let down the pro-life movement by not standing firm on the fact that we needed a pro-life president,” she argued.
“People like John Piper and Beth Moore and Russell Moore and others let down the pro-life movement by not understanding or caring that hundreds of millions of dollars were going to be shifted to destroy life if Donald Trump lost.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Ryan Foley