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Ohio Right To Life Dismisses Communications Director After Sharing Christian Message On X

Lizzie Marbach: 'There's No Hope For Any Of Us Outside Of Having Faith In Jesus Christ Alone'

Ohio Right to Life has dismissed communications director Elizabeth Marbach after sharing a religious view on X, formerly known as Twitter.

In a Tuesday post to the platform, Marbach, who previously worked on former President Trump’s campaign and also worked as an Ohio Republican Party staffer, said, “There’s no hope for any of us outside of having faith in Jesus Christ alone.”

Ohio Republican representative Max Miller, whose wife Emily is a fellow board member of Ohio Right to Life, hit back at Marbach’s post encouraging her to remove the post.

“This is one of the most bigoted tweets I have ever seen,” Miller wrote in a quote post shortly after. “Delete it, Lizzie. Religious freedom in the United States applies to every religion.”

“You have gone too far.”

In a follow up post, the Ohio Republican representative, who is of Jewish faith, criticized Marbach’s faith.

“God says that Jewish people are the chosen ones, but yet you say we have no hope,” he replied to Marbach. “Thanks for your pearl of wisdom today.”

Marbach responded to Miller’s call for the Ohio Right to Life communications director by refusing to delete the post.

“Sorry, Congressman, but these are the words of Jesus himself,” Marbach wrote, citing scripture. “Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’”

“No one has hope outside of Jesus Christ and every knee will bow one day declaring that Jesus Chris is Lord.”

Marbach “absolutely” does not regret sharing her post because “now millions have read the gospel message,” the former Ohio Republican Party staffer said in an exclusive comment to The Sentinel.

Later Tuesday night, the Ohio Republican representative walked back his earlier call for Marbach to delete her post.

“I posted something earlier that conveyed a message I did not intend,” Miller wrote. “I will not try to hide my mistake or run from it. I sincerely apologize to Lizzie and to everyone who read my post.”

Marbach accepted Miller’s apology “100%” in another post.

“However, the truth is that it is not me from whom you need forgiveness, but God himself,” she said. “I genuinely pray you seek Him and find salvation!”

The Ohio Right to Life communications director shared an excerpt from Matthew 18:21-35 titled “The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant.”

Miller’s wife also acknowledged husband Max was wrong to ask Marbach to delete her post.

“He’s acknowledged that,” Mrs. Miller wrote, though reiterated, “asking us to back down from our Jewish faith is also wrong. And we never will.”

Marbach was reportedly offered the opportunity to resign from Ohio Right to Life or receive a transition period, both of which she declined to accept, before she was officially dismissed from the organization.

“God will continue to use this situation to bring glory and honor to his name,” Marbach told The Sentinel, adding she hoped Ohio Right to Life would continue prioritizing their defense unborn children and not be “distracted” by outside politics. “Preborn lives are being slaughtered every day, and Ohio Right to Life is one of the few organizations in a position to stop it.”

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