Huckabee Asks "Are We Now Living in the End Times?"

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 GOP runner-up Mike Huckabee hosted Tim and Beverly LaHaye, two of the founders of the Moral Majority, on his Fox News program. LaHaye, an evangelical Baptist minister and a graduate of Bob Jones University, is best-known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins. As if the above isn't enough to disqualify Tim LaHaye from a public forum, he also has ties to the conspiratorial-minded John Birch Society and is the founder of the Institute for Creation Research but Mike Huckabee apparently thinks a man with such outlandish views is worthy of having them aired.

In the segment, Huckabee asks LaHaye if we are now living in the End Times? To which, LaHaye responds affirmatively and, of course, blaming Obama and the Democrats for such a development.

I'm confused. Isn't that what they want? If the End Times is the goal of Apocalyptic Christianity, you would think that they would be dancing in the streets though I understand that Baptists frown on dancing.

Huckabee Asks "Are We Now Living in the End Times?"

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 GOP runner-up Mike Huckabee hosted Tim and Beverly LaHaye, two of the founders of the Moral Majority, on his Fox News program. LaHaye, an evangelical Baptist minister and a graduate of Bob Jones University, is best-known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins. As if the above isn't enough to disqualify Tim LaHaye from a public forum, he also has ties to the conspiratorial-minded John Birch Society and is the founder of the Institute for Creation Research but Mike Huckabee apparently thinks a man with such outlandish views is worthy of having them aired.

In the segment, Huckabee asks LaHaye if we are now living in the End Times? To which, LaHaye responds affirmatively and, of course, blaming Obama and the Democrats for such a development.

I'm confused. Isn't that what they want? If the End Times is the goal of Apocalyptic Christianity, you would think that they would be dancing in the streets though I understand that Baptists frown on dancing.

Huckabee Asks "Are We Now Living in the End Times?"

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 GOP runner-up Mike Huckabee hosted Tim and Beverly LaHaye, two of the founders of the Moral Majority, on his Fox News program. LaHaye, an evangelical Baptist minister and a graduate of Bob Jones University, is best-known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins. As if the above isn't enough to disqualify Tim LaHaye from a public forum, he also has ties to the conspiratorial-minded John Birch Society and is the founder of the Institute for Creation Research but Mike Huckabee apparently thinks a man with such outlandish views is worthy of having them aired.

In the segment, Huckabee asks LaHaye if we are now living in the End Times? To which, LaHaye responds affirmatively and, of course, blaming Obama and the Democrats for such a development.

I'm confused. Isn't that what they want? If the End Times is the goal of Apocalyptic Christianity, you would think that they would be dancing in the streets though I understand that Baptists frown on dancing.

Huckabee Asks "Are We Now Living in the End Times?"

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 GOP runner-up Mike Huckabee hosted Tim and Beverly LaHaye, two of the founders of the Moral Majority, on his Fox News program. LaHaye, an evangelical Baptist minister and a graduate of Bob Jones University, is best-known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins. As if the above isn't enough to disqualify Tim LaHaye from a public forum, he also has ties to the conspiratorial-minded John Birch Society and is the founder of the Institute for Creation Research but Mike Huckabee apparently thinks a man with such outlandish views is worthy of having them aired.

In the segment, Huckabee asks LaHaye if we are now living in the End Times? To which, LaHaye responds affirmatively and, of course, blaming Obama and the Democrats for such a development.

I'm confused. Isn't that what they want? If the End Times is the goal of Apocalyptic Christianity, you would think that they would be dancing in the streets though I understand that Baptists frown on dancing.

Huckabee Asks "Are We Now Living in the End Times?"

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 GOP runner-up Mike Huckabee hosted Tim and Beverly LaHaye, two of the founders of the Moral Majority, on his Fox News program. LaHaye, an evangelical Baptist minister and a graduate of Bob Jones University, is best-known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins. As if the above isn't enough to disqualify Tim LaHaye from a public forum, he also has ties to the conspiratorial-minded John Birch Society and is the founder of the Institute for Creation Research but Mike Huckabee apparently thinks a man with such outlandish views is worthy of having them aired.

In the segment, Huckabee asks LaHaye if we are now living in the End Times? To which, LaHaye responds affirmatively and, of course, blaming Obama and the Democrats for such a development.

I'm confused. Isn't that what they want? If the End Times is the goal of Apocalyptic Christianity, you would think that they would be dancing in the streets though I understand that Baptists frown on dancing.

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