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June 2010 |
Kirbyjon Caldwell, pastor of an evangelical megachurch in Houston, said it's galling that one in 10 Americans refuse to believe President Barack Obama is a Christian.
"Never in modern history has a president said: 'I am a Christian,' " and others said, 'No, you're not,'" Caldwell said. "It's stupid and an insult."
Posted at 3:17 pm (U.S. Eastern) 5/26/2010
President Obama makes it very clear to me, by his actions and words, that he is not a Christian.
His total support for unlimited, late-term, and partial-birth abortion on demand shows me that he does not have the Holy Spirit abiding in him, not to mention his reference to the Koran as a "Holy Book" and Islam as being divinely "revealed to man", etc.
Posted at 5:42 pm (U.S. Eastern) 6/14/2010
As our pastor has pointed out many times that Jesus never condemned abortion despite it was rampant during his time on earth. Does that mean that Jesus did not have the Holy Spirit abiding in him?
Posted at 1:54 pm (U.S. Eastern) 6/15/2010
Jesus upheld the Ten Commandments. 'Thou shalt not murder' covers abortion, wouldn't you say?
Regarding the President's faith, read what Chuck Norris has to say here:
Posted at 1:54 pm (U.S. Eastern) 6/17/2010
Excerpted from 'Israel Today':
"The American President told me in confidence that he is a Muslim," said Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit on Nile TV. That could explain why Obama has instructed that the term "Islamic extremism" no longer be used in official government documents and statements."
More on the president's supposed "christian faith":
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