Megachurch Pastor Jarrid Wilson Responds to Political Candidate Who Said Bible Forbids Interracial Marriage

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Last week, a little-known political candidate from a small town in Michigan garnered national attention after she claimed the Bible forbids interracial marriages, and now a popular pastor is responding.

Jarrid Wilson, a pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, and founder of the nonprofit Anthem of Hope, posted a tweet Tuesday making clear the fact the candidate's words don't reflect true Christianity.

Jean Cramer, who hails from Marysville, a small town with a population of just under 10,000 people, was running for city council when she said during a public forum last week she wanted to keep the town white "as much as possible."

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