SILVER SPRING, Md. --- Citing the need for strong male leadership in women's ministries, General Conference leadership has looked to bring in some outside expertise in the form of outspoken real estate mogul, reality star and presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
The Donald most recently made waves by seeming to suggesting that Fox News journalist Megyn Kelly was menstruating when she asked him particularly pointed questions in last week's presidential debate.
Speaking to CNN this past Friday, Trump said of Kelly, "You can see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever." Although the comment led to massive public bipartisan uproar and Trump being disinvited by the organizer of a major conservative forum in Atlanta, he seems to have found favor with Adventist General Conference leaders who released a statement citing appreciation for "Trump's principled and consistent stance on male leadership," and naming him as an advisor to the General Conference in the area of outreach to women.
"Listen, we all know that Donald Trump is not the Adventist candidate in this presidential election," said General Conference Domestic Affairs Director Enoch Chronism, "But once in a while it pays to take the time to learn from a leader in society who is not afraid to defend the natural order of things."
Chronism said that the Adventist Church should take courage in Trump's "fearless stance as a strong male in the face of the voices of political correctness that seek to disrupt time-honored gender norms.
"Here is a guy who is not afraid to be a man and remind society at large that men and women, while both inherently precious, have very different roles to play," said Chronism. He added that Trump would never have put up with the ordination debate that happened in San Antonio a few weeks ago. "I'm pretty sure he would have been pleased with the outcome though," added Chronism.
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