Thursday, February 5, 2009

B. Hussein Obama's Twisted, False Religion

Today President B. Hussein Obama spoke before the National Prayer breakfast. Apparently, he thought "national" referred to some other nation. He was certainly not speaking to the United States of America that the U.S. Supreme Court in years past declared to be "a Christian nation."

No, our current president thinks he is presiding over the world and is not to be bothered by such paltry matters as a mere country. Thus, he held forth at length on what appears to be his highness' favorite theme: how we are all now "citizens of the world." His world, of course.

But more to the point is the twisted and false religion he displayed.

Example no. 1: "But no matter what we choose to believe, let us remember that there is no religion whose central tenet is hate."

My Bible says: "Hate what is evil; hold fast to what is good." (Romans 12:9) Are we to believe that every religion that teaches its followers to hate evil is not a real religion? Or is it just Christianity that's not a real religion to Mr. Obama?

Example no. 2: "There is no God who condones taking the life of an innocent human being."

Hmmm. Since you, Mr. Beneficent, support the taking of millions of innocent human lives in abortion, does that mean your god is a false god? If so, why do you not repent of your false worship of him/her/it and turn to worship and serve the true and living God?

Example no. 3: "...far too often, we have seen faith wielded as a tool to divide us from one another..."

Truth both unites and divides; it delineates the true and distinguishes the true from the false. At the same time, truth invites those who believe in the truth to unite in it.

My question for President B. Hussein is: when Jesus Christ said in John 14:6 "I am the way, the truth and the life; no man can come to the Father except through me" was He being truthful, or was He being divisive?

2 comments:

Ralph M. Petersen-Always Right; Sometimes Wrong! said...

I received an anonymous comment from a critic who actually implied that, as a Christian, I should not "cast judgements" regarding O's Christianity and morality.

Whenever He speaks, He gives us more compelling evidence of His ungodly and unbiblical brand of psuedochristianity.

Jeff said...

Ralph, we are not judging and need not do so, since the Exalted One condemns himself with his own words.

Of course, the critics who say we should not "cast judgments" have grossly misinterpreted Matthew 7:1.

No, there is no doubt whatsoever -- B. Hussein Obama, by his own statements, is not a Christian. It does not matter one iota whether he claims to be one, and it matters even less that he is a member of a church (a UCC church; you know, Unitarians Considering Christ).