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Charlie Kirk Exhorts Church Leaders at Sold Out TPUSA Faith ‘Pastors Summit’: ‘If You Love God, You Must Hate Evil’

“First of all, it’s not my Turning Point. Okay. It’s the Lord’s Turning Point. This is not my Turning Point,” Kirk said, going on to explain that he has never described himself as a Christian nationalist. “Now I am both a Christian and a nationalist, but most importantly, I’m a Christian. That’s the most important thing.”

The Rolling Stone article read in part:

But the focus on fundamentalism represents a clear-and-present danger to democracy. Targeting a younger generation to raise up champions of lower taxes and fewer regulations is one thing. It’s quite another to seek to organize end-times zealots, with the aim of achieving a religious takeover of the secular United States.

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“When they say ‘fundamentalism,’ that just means believing in the Bible,” Kirk argued. “That’s what they call us here today.”

TPUSA Wants To Help Pastors

Kirk told pastors, “A church that is willing to call good, ‘good’ and evil, ‘evil’ is a threat to secular totalitarianism.”

Kirk emphasized that TPUSA Faith is invested in winning people for Jesus, adding, “If we don’t get this right, though, and if we continue theological disputes and don’t focus on liberty, then we’re gonna be having those theological disputes from prison.”

“The totalitarianism they’re trying to implement in America,” Kirk said, “they must go through the true church first.”

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Kirk warned, “If you’re not educating your congregation on what’s happening in the news, then they’re gonna go somewhere else.”

“That’s why I’m always so perplexed that some pastors say, ‘Well, you know, it’s not my job to tell them, you know, how to interpret what’s happening in the world around them,’” Kirk said. “So you’d rather have Dylan Mulvaney do that to your 14-year-old kid? Your silence is you delegating the authority to a secular communicator [or] influencer.”

Concluding his opening address, Kirk told pastors, “I’m honored to be in this crucial time with you—fighting for the good, the true, and the beautiful.”