Chris­t­ian lead­ers react to Trump’s ‘God Bless the USA’ Bible

Christian leaders react to Trump’s ‘God Bless the USA’ Bible

Over a week after pre­sump­tive 2024 Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial nom­i­nee Don­ald Trump began sell­ing his own Bibles, Chris­tians unleashed mixed reac­tions.
The spe­cial edi­tion Bible retails for $59.99 as a King James ver­sion of the holy text with the Con­sti­tu­tion, the Dec­la­ra­tion of Inde­pen­dence, the Bill of Rights, and the Pledge of Alle­giance. Its name is inspired by Lee Greenwood’s 1984 song “God Bless the USA,” which is reg­u­lar­ly played at Trump’s ral­lies. The book hit the mar­ket ahead of the East­er hol­i­day this year, and the Rev. Al Sharp­ton shared his reac­tion on The Reid Out.

“I’ve nev­er heard him even dis­cuss reli­gion, less be accused of attend­ing reli­gious gath­er­ings, which is why it is so insult­ing to me, as one who grew up in the church and been a preach­er since I was a boy, for him to not only co …