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Everyone has had an opinion about Steve Bannon, and two close confidantes of Pope Francis are speaking about it.

Rev. Antonio Spadaro and Rev. Marcelo Figueroa recently teamed up together to write about how religious “fundamentalism” has blended with politics in America.

According to Huffington Post, “The article attacks the decades-old partnership between two strands of American Christianity ― fundamentalist evangelicals and Catholics who are brought together by the “same desire for religious influence in the political sphere.”

The two writers spoke out about how one group didn’t explain the verses of the Bible correctly and did it only to fit their political stances.

“Supporter of an apocalyptic geopolitics” is what they said about Bannon’s views and believe it’s similar to a battle between God and Satan.

They also mentioned, “We must not forget that the politics spread by Isis is based on the same cult of an apocalypse that needs to be brought about as soon as possible.”

The writers believe that Pope Francis is trying to break certain links in order to progress, while still maintaining his beliefs.

The two said, “Religions cannot consider some people as sworn enemies nor others as eternal friends. Religion should not become the guarantor of the dominant classes.”

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