Pastor Paul McCain thinks the annual prayer breakfast in Washington is a bad thing:
Here we have people from all religions, including many Christians, falling all over themselves to be polite to the point of making specific belief, doctrine and commitment irrelevant. In other words, putting God’s Word second, and being politically correct first. It is idolatry, purely and simply.
Ask yourself this. If a Christian stood up at the National Prayer Breakfast and clearly proclaimed Christ Crucified as the world’s salvation, the only Mediator, the only one through whom a person is saved, the only one through whom we have access to the Father, the only true and living God . . would he be invited back again to the next National Prayer Breakfast?
Would they invite anyone in the first place who might be suspected of saying something so . . . well, so Biblical!?
Not a chance.