Minnesota pastor Bradlee Dean was asked to offer the prayer at the Minnesota State House recently.
It was likely his last invite to the capitol.
He ended his prayer by questioning President Barack Obama’s faith.
Via FOX Nation:
ABC News’ Devin Dwyer reports: Congress and state legislatures across the country routinely begin their daily sessions with an apolitical, non-denominational prayer. But in the Minnesota House on Friday, the prayer touched a nerve.
Bradlee Dean, an evangelical Christian leader invited by Republicans to be a guest chaplain, ended his prayer on the chamber floor with a shot at President Obama.
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“It’s not about the Baptists, not about the Catholics alone, or the Lutherans, or the Evangelicals, or any other denomination, but rather the head of the denomination, and his name is Jesus, as every president up until 2008 has acknowledged,” Dean said. “And we pray it in Jesus’ name.”
And, we all said Amen.