"The Pope is the anti-Christ. Do your research,"
"I'm not sure who the Pope truly has in his heart."
"I was actually referencing the papacy. And what I wrote after that 'do your research,' if you read the Geneva Bible, which is the Bible I use when we study, the commentary is—actually by the founders of the United States actually, the Protestant Church—their commentary references the papacy as the anti-Christ," DeLemus said. "And I think actually in one part of it, and I don't remember who it was that wrote it, there was one of the popes that they had referenced as the anti-Christ. So that's all I was referring to, the papacy, not particularly that one particular pope because the papacy is a seat. It's not just one person." Politico Read More>>>>>
"I'm not Catholic so I don't think he's infallible. I believe he's fallible just like the rest of us," DeLemus said. "I'm really not a respecter of men. It's really God I respect, and he's the head and the leader." Politico Read More>>>>>
DeLemus added that she didn't think it was "fair for the pope, or anyone else for that matter, to judge whether anyone else is Christian or not. Some people who have accepted Christ believe they're Christian and then they fall away. Or they never had salvation or they do have it. That's not really our business. For me, I love Jesus Christ. I believe he is the son of God. I love God and I believe I am a saved sinner. That's who I am. And that's how I try to live my life. And as you can see I'm completely fallible and human and make mistakes as we all do." Politico Read More>>>>>