Ministering to the Capitol - 2005-06-30

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F0.png Ministering to the Capitol June 30, 2005, Shane Goldmacher, Sacramento News & Review

But some of the verses and interpretations that Drollinger has highlighted have sparked controversy in the Capitol.

Last year, Drollinger, who is the president of Capitol Ministries, a national evangelical organization that puts on the weekly lesson, had to move the Bible study from the governor's suites after he labeled Catholicism, the religion of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, a "false religion." The group now meets in a legislative room.

And in April 2004, Drollinger embroiled himself and Capitol Ministries in more hot water when he wrote that working women who left children at home were sinners.

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{{cite news | first = Shane | last = Goldmacher | title = Ministering to the Capitol | url = https://www.newsreview.com/sacramento/ministering-to-the-capitol/content?oid=36004 | work = Sacramento News & Review | date = June 30, 2005 | accessdate = March 29, 2020 }}