Donald Trump’s False “Christianity” Influenced by a 33° Freemason
For anyone who is holding out hope for either Ted Cruz and Donald Trump as president, you should really take a look at this video. Both of these individuals have strong connections to free masonic masters and principles.
It will shock you to see that Donald Trump stumbles on the question of whether “he has ever asked God for forgiveness”. At the end, he says “no, I have not” in a matter of fact way, and then goes on to describe The Great Norman Vincent Peale – his pastor who “shepherded” him, married him to one of his wives, and married one of his daughters.
Norman Vincent Peale is strongly known as a 33° Freemason of the Scottish Rite. He is a false teacher that is known for quotes like the following:
In an interview with Phil Donahue in 1984, Peale said: “It’s not necessary to be born again. You have your way to God; I have mine. I found eternal peace in a Shinto shrine. … I’ve been to the Shinto shrines, and God is everywhere.” Donahue exclaimed, “But you’re a Christian minister; you’re supposed to tell me that Christ is the Way and the Truth and the Life, aren’t you?” Peale replied, “Christ is one of the ways! God is everywhere.”
While Donald Trump and Ted Cruz state they are “True Christians”, their actions speak louder than words.