Meet Richard Cizik, head of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good.
August 26, 2010
For nearly 30 years Richard Cizik represented the National Association of Evangelicals in Washington, D.C. During the George W. Bush administration, he tilted increasingly left and embraced global warming as his iconic issue. A Vanity Fair magazine spread admiringly portrayed him walking on water, just like Jesus. But in December 2008 Cizik stepped too far by endorsing same-sex unions during an interview with Terry Gross NPR. He was forced to resign from NAE.
This summer, Cizik was back with Gross on NPR. He has created a left-leaning New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good….(continue reading HERE)