Acknowledging that the Christian right actually does feed, house and shelter the poor, he had the following to say:
For people in America who are a part of my political tradition (they shall be like gods), our great sin has often been ignoring religion or denying its power or refusing to engage it because it seemed hostile to us," he said. "For ... the so-called Christian right and its allies, their great sin has been believing they were in full possession of the truth."
Clinton, a Southern Baptist, noted that there was once a resolution at his denomination's convention to expel his church because of his positions in favor of abortion rights and gay rights. It failed.
He has the unmitigated gall to use the moments to say that Christ is not in full possession of the truth because he and his cronies have decided to exclude portions of it in their brains
Full possession is the entire truth. That's what makes it full. Excluding things from it's fullness is partial possession.