Today, the wife of embattled Senate candidate and accused pedophile Roy Moore released a letter of support signed by fifty religious leaders. The letter reads:
Dear friends and fellow Alabamians,
For decades, Roy Moore has been an immovable rock in the culture wars – a bold defender of the “little guy,” a just judge to those who came before his court, a warrior for the unborn child, defender of the sanctity of marriage, and a champion for religious liberty. Judge Moore has stood in the gap for us, taken the brunt of the attack, and has done so with a rare, unconquerable resolve.
As a consequence of his unwavering faith in God and his immovable convictions for Biblical principles, he was ousted as Chief Justice in 2003. As a result, he continued his life pursuit by starting the Foundation for Moral Law, which litigates religious liberty cases around our Nation. After being re-elected again to Chief Justice in 2012, by an overwhelming majority, he took another round of persecution for our faith as he stood up for the sanctity of marriage between one man and one woman.
You can know a man by his enemies, and he’s made plenty – from the radical organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and the ACLU to the liberal media and a handful of establishment politicians from Washington. He has friends too, a lot of them. They live all across this great State, work hard all week, and fill our pews on Sunday. They know him as a father, a grandfather, a man who loves God’s Word and knows much of it by heart, a man who cares for the people, a man who understands our Constitution in the tradition of our Founding Fathers, and a man who deeply loves America. It’s no wonder the Washington establishment has declared all-out war on his campaign.
We are ready to join the fight and send a bold message to Washington: dishonesty, fear of man, and immorality are an affront to our convictions and our Savior and we won’t put up with it any longer. We urge you to join us at the polls to cast your vote for Roy Moore.
Baptist — 22 Endorsements
Pastor Steve Sanders, Victory Baptist Church, Millbrook, Alabama
Dr. Richard Fox, retired Baptist pastor
Pastor Mark Holden, Webster’s Chapel, Gadsden, Alabama
Pastor Joshua Copeland, Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, Anniston, Alabama
Rev. Carl Head, Lakeview Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama
Rev. Mickey Counts, Open Door Baptist Church, Enterprise, Alabama
Rev. Alex Pagen, Open Door Baptist Church, Enterprise, Alabama
Church of God — 2 endorsements
Methodist — 5 endorsements
Christian — 2 endorsements
Non-Denominational — 4 endorsements
Church of Christ — 2 endorsements
Pastor/Elder Ted Phillips, Christ Church, Odenville, Alabama
Rev. Edwin Roberts, Adams Street Church of Christ, Enterprise, Alabama
Free Presbyterian Church — 3 endorsements
Tim Yarbrough, Elder, Trinity Free Presbyterian, Trinity, Alabama
Pastor Myron Mooney, Trinity Free Presbyterian, Trinity, Alabama
Jerry Frank, Elder, Trinity Free Presbyterian, Trinity, Alabama
Presbyterian Church in America — 1 endorsement*
Dr. George Grant, Pastor, Parish Presbyterian Church, was included in this list. However, News Channel 4 says he was included without his permission:
Grant said he did not give permission for his name to be on this list.
Grant told News 4 he hasn’t spoken to Moore in a decade. Grant added he hasn’t spoken to Moore’s campaign since it started.
Grant also said he is not concerned with the politics in Alabama, saying, “Not my state. Not my issues.”
Assemblies of God — 2 endorsements
Rev. Charles Morris, Pastor Grace Way Fellowship, Evergreen Alabama
Pastor Lane Simmons and Margie Dale Simmons, First Assembly of God, Greenville Alabama
Anglican — 1 endorsement
Dr. Peter and Roseann Waldron, St. Francis Anglican Church
Evangelical Free — 1 endorsement
Pastor David Whitney, Cornerstone Church
Holiness Church — 1 endorsement
Rick and Beverly Simpson, Summit Holiness Church, Alabama
Unknown Denomination — 7 endorsements
Pastors Tim and Elizabeth Hanson, Smiths Station, Alabama