Minnesota speaker of the House, Rep. Kurt Zellers, issued an apology to fellow lawmakers and, in a sense, restarted the session from scratch on Friday, after guest chaplain Bradlee Dean’s invocation questioned President Obama’s Christian faith.
Dean is the founder and executive director of the non-profit ministry, You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International, and he hosts a nationally syndicated radio show, The Sons of Liberty.
“It’s not about the Baptists, it’s not about the Catholics alone, or the Lutherans or the Wesleyans or the Presbyterians, Evangelicals or any other denomination,” Dean prayed, in part, as reported by KARE Channel 11 in Minneapolis-St. Paul. “But rather the head of the denomination, and his name is Jesus, as every President up until 2008 has acknowledged, and we pray it in Jesus’ name.”
He began the prayer by thanking God for the sacrifices of the U.S. military.Continue Reading on www.christianpost.com