TODAY’S GUEST is Reverend William (Bill) Cook, Founder and Executive Director of the Black Robe Regiment of Virginia, a clergy-led movement of Christian “Minutemen” actively committed to restoring the Foundations of Liberty in America, and the Pulpit’s Founding legacy as Wellspring of the political ideology that ignited a Revolution to “secure the Blessings of Liberty” to itself and its posterity.
We discuss the importance of pastors to preach the whole counsel of God and to stand for truth and righteousness today – outside church walls in our culture. Teaching their congregations about political and worldview issues including the voting process is an important of a church leader’s role in society.
David Fiorazo and Bill Cook also discuss two of the biggest threats to America: the “Red-Green axis” of communists and globalists aligning with Islam against Christianity and our Constitution, the potential consequences of Christians not voting on November 3, what happens when government becomes perverted, and the importance of confirming Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Contact Bill: email firstname.lastname@example.org
“The situation in America is so dire, if the church doesn’t rise up prior to this election, we’re going to have genocide. Every single place where communism or Islam have gained the upper hand, there’s been genocide.”
“Pastors, if you will not preach an election sermon, then you can’t claim you are willing to preach the whole counsel of God.”
The Bible says that God established civil government for the express purpose of punishing evildoers and protecting the good that we may live peaceably in all Godliness. When a government becomes perverted, we are not obliged to unlimited submission.” Rev. Bill Cook
LINKS AND RESOURCES
Rev. Bill Cook Testimony and Warning for the Church – America at the Crossroads, 9/2/20
Connect with Bill Cook on Facebook
Battle for the Soul of America
The Unintended Power of One Supreme Court Seat
Biblical Voter – information & resources!
Jonathan Project: Registering Christian voters through their churches