Janet Porter lost her radio program after she became deeply involved in Dominionism … but that hasn’t in any way dissuaded her. And why would it? Dominionism is an increasingly accepted agenda within the Religious Right.
So, since losing her program, Porter has gone on to fully embrace the movement and its theology, bringing in Dominionist economists to testify on behalf of her “Heartbeat Bill” in Ohio and teaming up with Cindy Jacobs to pray that God will hand the government over to Christians.
But before that, Porter will be in South Carolina with Rick Joyner and Jerry Boykin for the “Oak Initiative Summit” this weekend which has just made two key additions – Alan Keyes and Tony Perkins:
I guess it should not come as a surprise to see Perkins lining up with full-blown Dominionists like Porter, Boykin, and Joyner since just last month it was announced that he’d be part of the modern-day Spartan army of Religious Right activists they were forming called “300”: