(RNS) — After three people were killed and dozens injured in Charlottesville amid what is believed to be the largest white nationalist rally in a decade, religious leaders condemned the “Unite the Right” march, and the racism and anti-Semitism behind it.
Among them were a number of President Trump’s evangelical Christian advisers such as Johnnie Moore, who has acted as the group’s unofficial spokesperson.
“EVERY evangelical I know condemns white nationalism & white supremacism,” Moore tweeted after the Saturday (Aug. 12) rally. “The Christian church is the most diverse movement in the world.”
He followed up with a series of tweets warning