Herland Report Podcast host, Hanne Herland speaks to Bishop Harry Jackson about why we need to stop hating each other and end the divisiveness in America, whether they vote for the same candidate than you or not.
Bishop Harry Jackson is a leading American social conservative activist, commentator, author, a famous lecturer who holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Jackson is a regular guest in the leading US media outlets, such as The News Hour, CBS, 700 Club, CBN.
Bishop Harry Jackson is one of the chief conveners ofan effort to heal the racial division first in the church and then the nation.
He has also been featured in articles in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Chicago Defender. Bishop Jackson currently resides as the Bishop of International Communion of Evangelical Churches.
Jackson has for many years been engaged in Social Conservatism, the call to action to do something concrete to better the situation in the world.
The aim in life should be to leave this world in a better state than we found it, and to diligently work towards that goal.
- Founder of Modern Conservatism, Edmund Burke: Disdain for revolution and advocate for gradual change.
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