Religious false prophets rush to defend SOTUS

On Wednesday, an unusual gaggle of  “leaders across the ideological spectrum”  released an open letter type statement rebuking anyone who questions the so-called “faith” of the Saviour of the United States (SOTUS). The Democratic party aligned media agency hired by the “70 prominent religious leaders” contends that anyone who questions whether Barack Obama is a real Christian is misrepresenting his faith.  The letter wanted to make the point that [the president’s] faith isn’t a political matter. I beg to differ.

What’s even more outrageous is the demand to prohibit the free speech rights of any American who may question Obama’s religious teleprompter faith.

“…we urge public officials, faith leaders, and the media to offer no further support or airtime to those who misrepresent and call into question the President’s Christian faith.”

Among the signatories: Bishop TD JakesBrian McLauren, Kirbyjon Caldwell and Rev. Chuck Currie,

obama_saviorAs Christian leaders— whose primary responsibility is sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with our congregations, our communities, and our world— we are deeply troubled by the recent questioning of President Obama’s faith. We understand that these are contentious times, but the personal faith of our leaders should not be up for public debate.

President Obama has been unwavering in confessing Christ as Lord and has spoken often about the importance of his Christian faith.  Many of the signees on this letter have prayed and worshipped with this President.  We believe that questioning, and especially misrepresenting, the faith of a confessing believer goes too far.

This is not a political issue. The signers of this letter come from different political and ideological backgrounds, but we are unified in our belief in Jesus Christ.  As Christian pastors and leaders, we believe that fellow Christians need to be an encouragement to those who call Christ their savior, not question the veracity of their faith.

Therefore, we urge public officials, faith leaders, and the media to offer no further support or airtime to those who misrepresent and call into question the President’s Christian faith.  And we join with the President in praying that God will continue to bless the United States of America.

Let’s talk about misrepresentation

When Obama misrepresented the Arizona immigration law by saying if he and his daughter went out for ice cream he could be arrested, these pansy yes men released no statement.

When Obama misrepresented the Bible by saying that Romans 1 was an obscure passage, these hypocrites released no letter correcting him.

When Obama misrepresented God’s intent for marriage by promoting homosexual marriage as “just as real and admirable as relationships between a man and a woman”, none of these whitewashed leaders released any letters condemning SOTUS gross statement.obamakiss

When Obama said he had written off the Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality as “worn arguments and old attitudes”, we heard not one single objection from the religious leaders.

When Obama misrepresented the facts about the excessively high number of death by abortion in the black community, these false prophets released no letter.

When Obama misrepresented fatherhood by saying two homosexual men are legitimate fathers, not a peep out of the so called religious leaders.

Obama has even misrepresented himself (aka lying)!

But as soon as someone says something about the fake saviors’ fake faith, the false prophets rush to his defense. So let’s sum this up. Obama can wantonly misrepresent whatever he wants (including God and the Bible), but these false prophets say no one can misrepresent him because his faith is “off limits”? We all know what this is. Its another practice drill for the arrival of the antichrist.

The Eleison Group, a media propaganda agency used by the religious leaders, claims it mission is to “create dialogue, relationships, and common ground in an effort to make our nation and world a better place.” One look at their clients and projects and its clear that their mission is to push political religion which the bible calls a form of godliness that denies the power thereof.

People have a legitimate right to question any president’s public declarations of  the religious nature. Why is Obama exempt? Over and over he’s preached to the nation, lectured us on what the bible says ( from his progay-black liberation theology point of view), and couched his unpopular policies behind cherry picked scriptures.  He has, without question, done much more for the religion of death and violence (Islam) while sabotaging and deriding his own so called faith. And so, we are not supposed to question whether its right or wrong? We’re just supposed to shuffle our feet, give a big watermelon grin and pray for his continued success?

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18 thoughts on “Religious false prophets rush to defend SOTUS

  1. “We’re just supposed to shuffle our feet, give a big watermelon grin and pray for his continued success?”

    I sort of share your pain as I see the beginning of the end so far as that “Land of the Free, Home of the Brave” thing goes.

    This is sad in every respect but hopefully some good can come out of this bad situation, namely, folks waking up to what their icons are standing or not standing for!

  2. I think its so ironic how Christians play the race card when our President is criticized for his Anti-Christ behavior. And when you bring up the abortion statistics its like your talking to a brick wall, they won’t receive it. They don’t see that as racist.

    Black women make up 6% of the US population and account for 35% of all abortions.

    For every 100 black babies that were born in America, 77 are aborted.

    I will shout these statistics from the rooftop.

    This just gets me hot under the collar. I’m not perfect by any means and make mistakes but God forbid I stand there silent (SILENCE is CONSENT) and support the murder of unborn black babies. I will not compromise nor will I bow down or grovel to the alter of moloch.

  3. Hi Robert: For purposes of verification, would you kindly present
    your footnotes for the stats that you present about black women and abortion rates.
    If true, that is a gruesome stat and we are literally killing our
    future generations and the outcry has been minimal, if at all.
    Until the black community returns to their moral compass as found in repentance from sin and a faith in Jesus Christ, we are doomed
    as a people. God does not play favorites and we as black people
    do not hold any “inside trump card” with God. Sin is sin.
    Thanks

    GCMW: Lafe there’s a link in the story to it. Check it out so we dont get sidetracked on black folks and abortion.

  4. Chicago Sun-Times columnist Cathleen Falsani, who interviewed Obama in 2004 for her book, “The God Factor: Inside the Spiritual Lives of Public People “and asked him specific questions about his religious beliefs.“I’m rooted in the Christian tradition,” said Obama, who has declared himself a Christian. But then he adds something that most Christians will see as universalism: “I believe there are many paths to the same place, and that is a belief that there is a higher power, a belief that we are connected as a people.”

    Sound like a Christian?

    Sound like scripture?

  5. Exactly GCMWatch, Obama isn’t a Christian. Lets compare what the President says to God’s Word.

    John 14:6Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.

    Acts 4:12 “And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved.”

    1 John 2:22Who is the liar but the one who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the antichrist, the one who denies the Father and the Son.

    *Bold Emphasis Mine*

    What Christians don’t get is they are defending an antichrist position when they stick up of Obama on these issues. Your not arguing with Robert, your arguing against the Word of God. I am just quoting the Bible, nothing more.

  6. amen pastor! These lily-livered excuse for “preachers” get under my skin defending the very ANITHESIS of what they SAY they stand for!! ughhh.

  7. Frankly I keep wondering what all the hoopla is about Obama’s religious convictions. He professes Christianity. So what? Half of Hollywood does. First and foremost, Obama is a politician. Therefore, I don’t expect him (or any politician who claims to be a Christian) to uphold the Bible as the absolute truth of God or take a stand for it. I do expect him, however, to pander to every creed, race, religion and political persuasion because it equals votes during elections and he’s doing a very good job of it. It will be political suicide for him to do anything else. My concern isn’t that we have a president who professes Chrisitanity but denies the power thereof. My concern is for all those so-called “pastors” who claim to be “called into the ministry” but they have made a total mockery of the gospel by using it for their own personal and financial gain. They are the ones who are more accountable than Obama is at this point.

  8. Regrettably, i got caught up in Obama for president in 08, i thought this man was a moderate politician and being half black was good enough for me.
    Flash to 2012, this liberal politician will not get my vote, no way, no how. Obama is not a christian, he has given the gay community most of their wish list such as support, policies, federal laws and job benefits, etc.. he supports the mosque in my home state of ny and he cancelled the day of prayer observance at the white house. Obama praised atheist and gays dads in speeches, yet he has disrespected christians and the black race. I guess Obama is betting that he can sweet talk us christians, Pastors, and african americans in 2012, because he has given us very little support along with his high crime home town of Chicago.
    This man came out of the black community as organizer, yet as president, black americans unemployment rate is twice as high as whites. I guess Obama gave all his change out to others, and he has no change left for christians and black america.

  9. That’s an excellent point Melvin. Chicago has spiraled out of control with violence and death among young black men LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE. But the “first black president” doesnt seemed to even know Chicago exists, let alone the black people there who obsessed over him when he was trying and lying to get into office.

    He did try to get the Olympics to come there. He flew all the way to Coopenhagen, Denmark to stump, but that was a dismal failure.

    I will be glad when this one term blunder is over and done with.

  10. “I will be glad when this one term blunder is over and done with.”

    Couldn’t have said it any better myself GCM!

  11. Friends,

    I might say something that may cause rancor to rise against me by some of my believing friends. But God did not say whether or not we had to like those who would be put into leadership positions, he simply said through his apostles Paul and Peter, “Pray for those in leadership, even the froward, so that it would be well w/you and your household.” I too did not vote for this man, because of his views, and received ridicule from my mother, friends and countless others and for reasons I’m sure most are more than aware of. I gave them answers such as, “I was happy for him, because who would have thought in this country after 2 1/2 centuries, we would see a black man in the seat of the Chief Executive” but I also said this to them, “I wasn’t for him” for being happy for him and being for him are (2) different things.

    And yes those who are of the household of faith, that are requiring us to walk in a blind eye to his statements, are doing so for both monetary and blind loyalty because of his race. Yes the word of God says nothing about us walking blindly to the Presidents foolish statements, on the contrary its speaks of us keeping him accountable of them, but it also reminds us of our responsibilities to his position. Let us work w/great fervor in executing the one and not forsaking the other, for the Lord has told us in this way, “while doing the one you have forsaken the other and the other is of the more weightier matter.” I’m reminded of the words of our friend Peter, who said it this way, “I know that you know these things, but I will not cease to remind you of them.”

  12. This article is a little biased, lol! The writer clearly hates the fact that Obama is a christian, for heterosexual marriage, supports immigration reform, and believes that all people are created equal under God and should be treated as such. The writer sounds like they have a problem with Christianity. Moreover, it seems the writer is more closely associated with the Sharia law doctrine than anything Jesus said. Such overt bias only further corrodes any standing you have within an open forum. I suggest opening a bible and looking up who is responsible for judging because clearly the writer has forgotten who that is.

    GCMW: You asked, we provide. So, who is supposed to judge who and what?

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