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5 Christian Leaders’ Reactions to Trump’s UN Speech: ‘Trump Was Churchill’

(PHOTO: REUTERS/BRENDAN MCDERMID)U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, U.S., September 19, 2017.

President Donald Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday in New York City and didn’t hold back from using bold language to address issues such as North Korea, terrorism and Iran.

Trump’s speech was wide-ranging and addressed many different topics such as radical terror, the nuclear threat of North Korea, Iran’s funding of terrorist groups, Iraq, Syria, Cuba, socialism, and United Nations reform.

Not only did the president threaten to ”totally destroy” North Korea if the United States is forced to defend itself or allies from the Kim regime’s nuclear threat, he also called out Iran for using oil profits to fund terrorism instead of serving its own people and lambasted the fact that the U.S. accounts for a substantial chunk of the U.N. budget when it is only one of 193 nations in the international body.

Although many critics have been quick to voice their disapproval with Trump’s bold language and threats in the speech, some evangelical and Christian leaders praised the speech and some even compared Trump to former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Here are five evangelical leaders’ reactions to Trump’s U.N. speech.

Robert Jeffress

The 61-year-old Robert Jeffress, pastor at the megachurch First Baptist Dallas and one of Trump’s closest spiritual advisers, didn’t waste time in getting out a statement to press following Trump’s U.N. speech.

In a statement shared with The Christian Post, Jeffress called Trump’s speech ”the most courageous speech ever delivered by any President to address that global body.”

”For far too long the United States has poured countless millions of dollars into a United Nations that fights against American interests, pacifies global tyrants, promotes anti-Semitism and mismanages humanitarian crises,” Jeffress asserted. ”President Trump’s inaugural visit to the U.N. General Assembly represents a day of reckoning for a near hopeless bureaucracy, and his inaugural speech was the most courageous speech ever delivered by any President to address that global body. Thank God for a President who will call evil ‘evil.’ Today, Trump was Churchill.”

Franklin Graham

Trump’s speech was also praised by leading evangelist and son of Billy Graham, Franklin Graham, who is the president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse humanitarian organization.

Graham posted his reaction to Trump’s speech on Facebook, stating that it could be one of the ”best speeches” he has ever heard delivered at the U.N.

”Thank God we have a president who stands for truth and is not afraid to speak truth to the whole world,” Graham wrote. ”President Donald J. Trump’s address today to the United Nations General Assembly may have been one of the best speeches ever given to that body. It made you proud to be an American. I hope you will join me in praying for this man, that God will guide and direct him. He reminded the world, ‘If the righteous many do not confront the wicked few, then evil will triumph.'”

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore, an evangelical religious freedom advocate, author and a former vice president at Liberty University, also praised the president’s speech.

Moore, who also serves as an informal adviser to the Trump administration, took to Twitter to voice his thoughts.

”Flying but just read @realdonaldtrump‘s UN speech. WOW. Reads like Churchill on NK,” Moore tweeted. ”Rightly took it to Iran also. Sensibly Humanitarian.”

Moore also retweeted a tweet from former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney that states that ”Trump gave a strong and needed challenge to UN members to live up to its charter and to confront global challenges.”

Mike Huckabee

Mike Huckabee, a Southern Baptist pastor-turned politician and television personality, took to twitter to voice his opinion of Trump’s speech.

The former Republican presidential candidate and former governor of Arkansas, who will start a new show on the Trinity Broadcasting Network on Oct. 7 in which Trump is scheduled to be his inaugural guest, called the president’s speech ”refreshing.”

@POTUS delivers refreshing and honest speech to UN! Good to see him stand strong!” Huckabee tweeted.

Erick Erickson

Erick Erickson, who runs the conservative blog The Resurgent and is one of the founders of RedState, is known for being one of the most vocal conservative NeverTrumpers out there. But even Erickson seemingly approves of Trump’s U.N. speech.

In a tweet, Erickson stated that the president’s U.N. speech ”may be my favorite Trump speech so far as President.”

”First POTUS in a long time to not do the BS dance at UN,” Erickson wrote.

Erickson elaborated on his thoughts in an op-ed posted by Fox News.

”He was bold and American — giving real clarity to what he meant by an ‘America First’ speech,” Erickson wrote. ”He did not mince words and called out rogue nations. But he also noted that he had no intention of imposing the American system on other nations. His speech was a speech on what he sees as realism and getting away from an idealized American foreign policy. His was a speech that will resonate beyond his base.”

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Israel Becoming Key Player in ‘Bitcoin’ Technology

Blockchain – a distributed database where transactions made in digital currencies such as Bitcoin are recorded chronologically and publicly – is being used in a variety of global industries as a new way to streamline operations. Israel has become a leading player in the field.

In the latest development solidifying Israel as a key player in the emerging financial technology field, the founder of the Ethereum digital currency network, Vitalik Buterin, visited the Jewish state this week to meet with local digital currency and blockchain technology entrepreneurs.

During his visit, Buterin met with members of Alignment, Israel’s first blockchain technology incubator, which was launched in late August. He also spoke at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology’s 6th Summer School on Cyber and Computer Security in Haifa.

Blockchain – a distributed database where transactions made in digital currencies such as Bitcoin are recorded chronologically and publicly – is being used in a variety of global industries as a new way to streamline operations.

Buterin is a 23-year-old Russian Canadian. His Ethereum, a programmable network with its own digital currency called “ether,” has revolutionized the blockchain technology sector over the course of this year. It has become the second most valuable digital currency after Bitcoin.

Digital currencies, such as bitcoin and ether, are created on decentralized peer-to-peer networks, and are not controlled or distributed by a central governing agency like fiat currencies, such as dollars. In August, the combined value of all publicly traded digital currencies exceeded  $172 billion.

Vitalik’s Israel visit can be viewed as tacit acknowledgment of the Jewish state’s increasing prominence in the emerging financial technology sphere. As one of the leading authorities on digital currencies — the equivalent of Microsoft founder Bill Gates being an authority on computers — Buterin’s opinion on blockchain technologies can often make or break start-ups in the field.

Israel ‘Well-Positioned to be a Leader in the Blockchain Ecosystem’

“Israel is a leader in cyber and now blockchain technology with a long history of innovation in start-up R&D,” Bancor project architect Eyal Herzog told JNS.org.

The country is “well-positioned to be a leader in the blockchain ecosystem,” he said.

Recently, the Israeli Securities Authority (ISA) recently announced it will establish a committee to review potential regulations for initial coin offerings (ICOs)—a new form of raising capital with digital currency, akin to a stock market’s initial public offering (IPO).

Israel has recently been identified as global leader in the emerging blockchain and digital currency sphere, with experts in the field acknowledging that the Jewish state’s cyber capabilities, security proficiency and wealth of entrepreneurial expertise provide an ideal foundation for blockchain technology projects.

“I’m honored that Tel Aviv will take ownership, accountability and responsibility for building the blockchain technology and infrastructure,” Dany Fishel, president of Kik Israel, told JNS.org.

Israeli high-tech innovators are “gradually migrating” from cyber to building blockchain infrastructure, Fishel said.

Several Tel-Aviv based digital currency start-ups already have valuations in the tens and hundreds of millions, including Herzog’s Bancor at around $153 million and the Stox prediction market platform at around $33 million.

Bank Hapoalim in Collaboration with Microsoft

Major financial institutions in Israel have also recently expressed interest in creating their own blockchain projects, including Bank Hapoalim, which announced last week that it will create digital banking system based on blockchain technology in a collaboration with Microsoft.

“The new process will enable Bank Hapoalim customers to receive security documents in a digital, automated and secure manner, without physically coming to the branch and in a very short process,” Hapoalim’s chief executive officer Arik Pinto said in a statement.

“The use of blockchain technology will significantly improve the customer experience and the level of trust in the banking system.”

The Israeli Diamond Exchange is also exploring the possibility of launching its own digital currency, named CDC, which will be backed by investments in diamonds purchased at the exchange.

“For the past several years, there have been many attempts to turn diamonds into a viable financial instrument, but none has succeeded,” said IDE President Yoram Dvash, reported Israel Hayom.

“We intend to make use of the incredible expertise that Israel’s high tech industry offers,” he added.

By: Adam Abrams/JNS

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