I watched that video, and as a Christian, I must say that in my own opinion, I can see truth AND lies in the video.
NOW: Christians, don't go on
calling my a non-Christian just because I said that, not yet please, hear me out.
Barrack Obama has a valid point when it comes to accepting other minorities for what they believe or don't believe in because like God gave us the
choice of free will, we should give it to others as well.
HOWEVER, that doesn't mean that we shouldn't try. We need to spread the gospel of God, but if people reject it, all we can do is pray.
That's basically the only thing I agreed with Obama on is how we should all be given equal opportunity. If Canada was a Muslim country, I wouldn't
want them pushing their laws and ideologies on me. The bible says that we should do unto others as we wish they to do unto us. I would be okay of a
Muslim came up to me and talked to me about Islam, trying to get me to believe, because it would not only be an interesting conversation, but I am
firm in my belief in Christ, I have respect that we are different, and it would also give me a chance to share about my relationship with Christ.
However, if a Muslim began shoving Islam down my throat after telling him "no" then that would piss me off.
It should be the same way with Christians. We should tell people about the gospel, and they refuse, tell us to go, then we need to go, and let God do
the rest. Jesus said when he was dismissing his Disciples that if a town rejects what you have to say, shake the dust off your sandals and move on to
But as an avid supporter of Democracy, that raises the question as to if 80% of American's are Christian, that would mean the majority would be
Christian. And in a democracy, doesn't the majority always win? So, if 80% of Americans want it to say "in God we trust" on their monies, and
prayer in schools, and oaths on a Bible, then shouldn't that be the way it should be? Most votes wins. That's the way it should be.
Majority is always right