Former President Donald Trump told Christian conservatives on Monday that they will “make a comeback like just about no other group” if he wins the 2024 presidential election.

Trump, the presumptive 2024 Republican nominee for president of the United States, delivered a pre-recorded message to the Danbury Institute’s Life & Liberty Forum on Monday. The Life & Liberty Forum was one of several events that took place as part of the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana.

In his remarks, which lasted almost two minutes, Trump expressed gratitude to the attendees for their “tremendous devotion to God and to country” and their “tremendous support of me.”

Trump told the crowd not to vote Democrat because “they’re against religion; they’re against your religion in particular.”

“We have to defend religious liberty, free speech, innocent life and the heritage and tradition that built America into the greatest nation in the history of the world,” he said. “I know that each of you is protecting those values every day, and I hope we’ll be defending them side-by-side for your next four years….”

The Danbury Institute was launched earlier this year by a coalition of leading churches, Christians and organizations to revive an effectual Christian worldview in a country increasingly sympathetic to the “sexualization of children, abortion on demand, and the infringement of religious liberty.”

The organization describes itself as “committed to truth and virtue in a world that validates absurdity as normal and ridicules what 10 years ago was taken for granted.” The organization identifies “the practice of abortion” as “the greatest atrocity facing our generation today” and condemns it as an example of “sacrifice on the altar of self….”

From the Christian Post