Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by kinda kurious
I'm really amazed by this, he left no room for doubt. He didn't just say it, he elaborated on it.
It wasn't just, I'm a Christian.
Do you think this is something that's happened recently to cause him to open up and say this? In such manner?
I've never heard a President say that before.
edit on 3-2-2011 by randyvs because: (no reason given)
well, I'm inclined to believe he may be an atheist, secretly, because he did make a statement during the campaign, something about "bitter people
clinging to their guns and RELIGION......
Also, and I know many other Christians are for this also, but he is an ardent supporter of ABORTION, even PARTIAL BIRTH abortion.
That doesn't fit in very well with this statement he made in his address at the National Prayer Breakfast, does it?
But until that day, we’re called to work on behalf of a God that chose justice and mercy and compassion to the most vulnerable.
And, he is also an ardent supporter (and possible practitioner) of homosexuality, even naming June LBGT month,
And, he is apparently a supporter of war and killing, because not only did he not fulfill his promise to bring the troops home, but I believe he upped
the troop levels in Afghanistan, and upped bombings by drones in Pakistan,
And not only did he not close Guantanamo Bay as he said he would, but he supports torture, and I think he recently said it would be ok to submit
American' to rendition, torture, indefinite incarceration and possible killings.
Yeah, that sounds like a true follower of Jesus Christ.
You know, the OP is right. He MUST be a Christian, because a lot of Christians I know are OK with those things as well.
Actually, I think Jesus said, love your enemies, love your brother as yourself, love God.
And that's what a true Christian, and a true follower of Jesus Christ would be trying to do. But that's just my opinion.
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sezsue because: (no reason given)