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30 March, 2010 / theexpositor

Obama-Muslim yes…Christian no…at least until its convenient

This of course is a photo of Barack Obama preparing for prayer at a Muslim mosque. It is reported to have been taken in December of 2009.

At the White House, it’s no longer called a Christmas tree.  No.  It’s a ‘holiday tree.’

Obama refused to address the National Day of Prayer attendees when Christians came to D.C. for the annual event this year.

When Obama spoke at Georgetown in April 2009 he demanded university officials cover a monogram symbolizing Jesus’ name in Gaston Hall.

And here is your President removing his shoes to pray with Muslims.Even so, an American President praying with Muslims, claiming he is a Christian, all the while snubbing Christians and denying our Christian heritage combines to raise eyebrows at the least.

Allan Erickson, Portland Examiner

 

He suggests his eternal destination has something to do with being a “good father” to his children and transferring values he got from his atheist mother.

He says there are many paths to heaven.

In other words, he doesn’t have a clue as to what it means to be a Christian. That, of course, is not surprising given the only church experience he has had in his life has come in that hate-filled, racist, neo-Marxist, liberation theology-based Trinity United Church of Christ. There “Christianity” is used to sell other religions altogether – anti-Americanism, black victimization, socialism.

Joseph Farah, World Net Daily

 

“Democracy demands that the religiously motivated translate their concerns into universal, rather than religion-specific, values,”

Barack Obama, Call to Renewal’s ‘Building a Covenant for a New America’ conference June 28, 2008

WHAT IS NEXT? WAKE UP!

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One Comment

  1. Mark S / Mar 31 2010 17 07

    Are we, as Christians, to be involved in things in our culture, where we might work alongside Jews, Muslims, Atheists, Buddhists, etc.? Sure. Some of the concerns are shared, like helping people after disasters, or political elections, free trade, etc.

    However, we apply, not “translate” our concerns. And they are shared, and only to an extent, not “universal.” We are to live out, as well as to proclaim in season and out of season, Christ Crucified — redemption Sola Gratia, Justification Sola Fide, Solus Christus — and we are to be prepared to give an answer for the hope that we have in Christ to anyone who asks. Our hope is Christ, not “universal…values.” We have those values BECAUSE we’re redeemed, even if other people express those values for humanistic reasons. Soli Deo Gloria!

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