Bible prominent in final Cruz pitches to voters

by AP  |  published on February 1, 2016

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is infusing his closing argument to Iowans with Biblical references as his campaign visits some of the state’s conservative strongholds.

Cruz has made courting Iowa’s evangelical Christians a cornerstone of his campaign and he has long tapped the Bible in his stump speech.

At a stop Saturday at Darrell’s Place in Hamlin, Iowa, Cruz urged his supporters to “awaken the body of Christ that we may pull back from the abyss.”

  • KDC

    So how can you be a globalist and a “Christian” at the same time? Are people that greedy for power? I say, watch out with what one says.

    • Dave N.

      I’ve read your remarks a couple of times and had my wife read it as well. We are both certain you have something to say and some point to make, but we aren’t sure what it is. There is no reference to any globalist remarks in this story going all the way back to the source of the story. As far as Cruz referencing his Christian background and beliefs nothing has changed there either, he has been wearing his faith on his sleeves for as long as he has been in public office and I suspect before that as well.

      • KDC

        I have also come across posts where Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi Cruz is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and helped write the Manual on how to merge America into a North American Union. One of the things they planned to do was mass immigration that created illegal immigration problems and would lead to a borderless America. That is in their manual. Again, Ted’s wife Heidi helped write this manual.

        • Dave N.

          Do you have the sources for this, if so I would like to check them out.

Google Analytics Alternative