“I never thought I would see pastors and Christian artists conflate the murder of the unborn with not giving women childcare after birth,” he said. “I never thought I’d see it in a million years.”
Cooper added that he “never thought he would see pastors or Christian artists say that being empathetic and having a winsome tone is more Christlike than speaking truth and calling out evil.”
This has led us to “a grown man (Derek Webb), who is apostate—says he doesn’t believe in God, spends his time being an accuser of the brethren and someone who consciously hates Jesus…go on and say nonsense and have Christian people in the industry go, ‘He does kind of have a point.’”
“I don’t even know what to say. I’m literally speechless,” Cooper said.
Cooper’s new book, “Wimpy, Weak, and Woke,” releases Nov. 15.