for some reason, probably because he's such a disgusting bastard. If you haven't heard of him, this is a clown who had this to say:
In a January 13, 2006 radio interview with Interfaith Voices, Wallis was asked, "Are you then calling for the redistribution of wealth in society?" He replied, "Absolutely, without any hesitation. That's what the gospel is all about."
and then, when Glenn Beck played the quote and talked about him, he accused Beck of lying about him, etc. As in "Don't believe the actual recordings of me, Beck is a liar!" Usually in a calm, "Look into my eyes and believe me" voice. Not a very pleasant guy, and a hard-line communist:
Following the 1979 refugee crisis in Vietnam, Wallis lashed out at the desperate masses fleeing North Vietnam's communist forces by boat. These refugees, as Wallis saw it, had been "inoculated" by capitalist influences during the war and were absconding "to support their consumer habit in other lands." Wallis then admonished critics against pointing to the boat people to "discredit" the righteousness of Vietnam's newly victorious Communist regime.
In 1979, Time magazine hailed Wallis as one of the "50 Faces for America's Future." That same year, the journal Mission Tracks published an interview with Wallis, in which the activist evangelical expressed his hope that "more Christians will come to view the world through Marxist eyes."
What brought this up today is I just read this:
“There wouldn't be a tea party if there wasn't a black man in the White House.:
Yep. If you're a tea part member, you're a racist because that's the ONLY reason you'd oppose Obama and the NSDemocrats. Sure. Right.
I think this 'preacher' needs to revisit that 'don't bear false witness' part of things. Along with explaining how Jesus supposedly said it's a good thing to rob somebody and give his work away.