Bill Owens Biography
Bill Owens (also known as Rev Bill Owens)is an American spokesman and preacher of the gospel and founder of the Coalition of African American Pastors, hereafter referred to as CAAP. He has been insulted, accursed, abused, belittled, beleaguered, lied upon and ridiculed about his demands for proper treatment of the African American electorate on the part of both major political parties. Owens is a man cut from the mode of the Prophet Amos, who declared, “But let judgment run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream” or Jeremiah, who was called to a life of suffering and John the Baptist, whose head was cut off because he preached against the sexual immorality in the Herodian dynasty, etc.
Owens is loyal to the Radical Imperative of “Thus Saith the Lord!” He is currently being branded by political and social pundits that don’t understand the mandate of preaching from the scriptures.
He preaches morality based on the Godly authority and not political expediency. Owens is on a campaign to secure the family because of the intrusion of gay marriage politics through political means.
He is here to warn both parties to not continue taking the African American vote for granted. Owens knows that African Americans have a pragmatic conservatism that could be awakened.
The community he represents is unequivocally against Civil Unions and Same-Sex Marriages. CAAP members are orthodox and biblically-centered in our teachings on all aspects of human sexuality, and specifically in regards to sexual promiscuity and fornication, whether heterosexual or homosexual.
The destabilization of the nuclear family unit, by the fostering of sexual behavior that is counterproductive, and the spread of detestable and even deadly sexually transmitted diseases can be attributed to abuse of human sexual relationships.
As followers of Christ, we stand with the Bible in declaring that sexual intercourse outside the confines of marriage is sin (Leviticus 18:22; 20:13, Matthew 5:28 and Romans 1:26-27.)
Moreover, we affirm our role in standing with principles to promote and defend the faith and practices of the religion as taught by Jesus Christ. Our calling is a moral calling and our authority comes from God Almighty.
Bill Owens Age, Height, Married, And Kids
His age, height, early life, marital status, and kids are still under review. Though he has tried to keep his life personal, this information will be updated as soon as it is brought to light.
Bill Owens And President Trump
President Trump had once been ramping up his racist and inflammatory attacks on nonwhite lawmakers and activists.
After telling four lawmakers of color to “go back” to where they came from, he targeted Representative Elijah Cummings, of Maryland, saying that “no human being would want to live” in Cummings’s Baltimore-area district. He then tweeted about the Reverend Al Sharpton, saying that Sharpton hates “Whites & Cops.”
While pundits debated whether this outburst of bigotry was a political tactic, Trump held a closed-door meeting with a group he called “Inner City Pastors.” This was a group of twenty African-American faith leaders who have generally been supportive of the President, including Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Among them was the Reverend Bill Owens, the founder of a nonprofit called the Coalition of African-American Pastors. Owens recently told the Times that he found it “hard to believe” that Trump is a racist, and he has met with Trump several times in the past year.
Owens’s coalition, which he founded fifteen years ago, is known for its social conservatism; he has harshly criticized gay marriage, and he made news when he called Barack Obama a “Judas” for supporting it. (He also has spoken of a connection between gay marriage and child molestation.)
In 2012, Adam Serwer, reporting for Mother Jones, found that Owens, serving as the National Organization for Marriage’s liaison to black churches, was part of the organization’s strategy to “drive a wedge between gays and blacks—two key Democratic constituencies.” Serwer’s article also raised questions about Owens’s claim to have been “a leader in the civil rights movement”: civil-rights leaders, including Representative John Lewis, did not recall having met him.
I recently spoke by phone with Owens. During our conversation, which has been edited for length and clarity, we discussed his meeting at the White House, what he thinks gay marriage has done to America, and how Trump could avoid getting in so much trouble.
Bill Owens Net Worth
His net worth is also still under review.
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