Obama a Christian fraud? Hello!! Is
the sky blue? Is the pope Catholic?
Are not Obama and his administration
the major proponents of abortion?! Is
he not openly and aggressively trying
to impose abortion throughout the world?
Do we need to ask if he is a Christian?
In fact, he is an anti-christ!!
says, "many antichrists have appeared"
(1 John 2:18b). Could one, for example,
be a prominent worker with the poor
who has removed Christ from the ministry?
Who allowed New Age to enter the work?
Yes, who in fact idolizes Obama! But
he claims to be a good Catholic. He
claims his work is the jewel of the
Catholic Church! Aha, Obama had the
same strategy. Two of a kind. If Obama
had the cross covered, this one removed
the cross altogether in the villages
for the poor. If Obama had a symbol
of the name of Jesus covered, this one
prohibits his followers from proclaiming
the name of Christ. Faith to both men
has become a convenient political tool.
John adds, "Thus we know this is
the last hour."(1 John 2:18c).
The spiritual warfare intensifies. There
will be more deception and lies. The
Church herself will be infiltrated,
and will discover many who are the enemy
within, masquerading as Christians.
Indeed the battle is at hand.
After Another Church-Less Christmas,
Coalition Asks: Is Obama a Christian
D.C., January 6, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com)
- The increasingly
notorious lack of church involvement
or public religious observance by the
United State's First Family has
led one Christian organization to question
the level of dedication President Obama
truly feels to the religious identity
that once lent such appeal to his campaign
attending church regularly during the
2008 Presidential campaign, Obama has
not attended church on a regular basis
since being elected President and has
yet to find a church home. Obama, while
vacationing in Hawaii over Christmastime,
failed to attend any religious services
with his family; neither did he attend
during Christmas in 2008 as president-elect.
as a candidate, Obama made his Christian
faith and involvement in a local church
community a central component of his
campaign - an image widely believed
to have attracted key votes that would
otherwise have opposed his liberal policies.
Several Christian pastors, such as Houston
megachurch pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell,
helped bolster the campaign talking
point that Obama's social policies hewed
closer to Christian doctrine than his
Kmiec, the Pepperdine University law
professor who drew immense criticism
from Catholic circles for actively campaigning
on Obama's behalf, had argued that his
trust in the pro-abortion candidate
stemmed from his apparent commitment
in a meeting of faith leaders in Chicago,
Obama told me that his community work
years before, helping
the displaced and the unemployed,
left him empty until he knelt before
the Cross, I believed him," wrote
Kmiec in a January 2009 Commonweal op-ed
defending against his critics. "No
politics or philosophy or relationship
is launched well when faith is missing;
and I did not (and do not) doubt the
genuineness of Obama’s Christian
his election, Christian watchdogs have
grown increasingly agitated by the apparent
lack of, and even disregard for, Christian
sensitivities in the White House. Some
White House request, Georgetown University
in April covered
up a white cross and a symbol for the
name of Jesus that would have
appeared over Obama's head at a speech.
The President declined publicly to celebrate
the National Day of Prayer at the White
House - yet hosted a large bash for
Gay and Lesbian Pride Month in June,
and recognized the Islamic holy month
of Ramadan at the White House.
While matter-of-factly noting that George
Washington recognized Thanksgiving as
celebrating "the many and signal
favors of Almighty God," Obama's
Thanksgiving proclamation was the first
in U.S. history to exhort celebration
of the holiday without actually acknowledging
the existence of God or Divine Providence.
For the first time in 43 years, the
Obama Administration banned a military
flyover at a "God and Country Rally"
in Nampa, Idaho.
On a White House Christmas tree, the
President asked that no
religious ornaments be displayed
- yet, ironically, reportedly allowed
an ornament displaying the image of
Chinese dictator and mass murderer Mao
issue is not whether a President has
to attend church on a regular basis
to be an effective President. They do
not," commented Rev. Patrick J.
Mahoney, Director of the Washington,
D.C. based Christian Defense Coalition.
"The issue is one of integrity
portray yourself as person of deep Christian
faith and very involved in the life
of the local church during the campaign
and then abandon that position after
you are elected
reduces faith to a commodity and religion
to a political tool."
noted that the White House admits that
President Obama and his family have
not settled in one church community
in Washington, D.C. because they want
to avoid becoming a "disruptive
factor for the local church."
is a completely disingenuous and misleading
argument," said Mahoney. "The
overwhelming majority of churches in
the Washington would love to have the
President and his family attend their
church and would welcome them with open
stated; Mr. President if your Christian
faith and involvement with a local church
means as much to you as you say it does
please find a vibrant local community
for you and your family to worship Christ."
to me to live is Christ, and to die
is gain." (Phil 1:21)