Most Religious Leaders Ever Taking Part in Trump’s Inauguration

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A-list celebrities may be staying away from Donald J. Trump’s inauguration on Friday, but a large number of religious leaders will take part in the ceremony, reading Scripture and offering prayers for his administration. Six religious leaders — including a rabbi, a cardinal, and a diverse group of Protestant preachers — will participate, more than for any previous president, said Jim Bendat, an author and historian of inaugural ceremonies. Each will have 60 to 90 seconds to offer a reading or lead a prayer.

  1. The Rev. Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham
  2. Pastor Paula White, a Florida televangelist
  3. Bishop Wayne T. Jackson of Detroit’s Great Faith Ministries
  4. Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership
  5. Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York
  6. Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder of the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center

None of the prophetic voices within the American Charismatic tradition who predicted Trump’s win are included. For a complete list see:

A full list of all fulfilled and not-so fulfilled  Donald Trump Prophecies!

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