Are we still playing the game, at this late date, where we pretend Barack Obama is a Christian?
We know he attended Reverend Wright’s United Church of Christ for 20 years, but how much actual Christ was preached there, we can’t be sure. We can almost be certain that any that was preached was preached wrongly, since the UCC is a leftwing, liberal sect and has very little to do with anything resembling Christianity. It has everything to do with pushing the liberal agenda under the banner of Christianity, however.
As if to illustrate that point, Obama twisted scripture to push the corrupt, dangerous, liberal ideology that gender is fluid and little girls should get used to seeing penises in their bathrooms and shower rooms at school.
From CBN News:
“President Barack Obama says the Bible supports his sweeping directive to allow transgender public school students to use the bathroom of their choice.
The president made that remark at a townhall meeting hosted by “PBS NewsHour” in Elkhart, Indiana, Wednesday night.
Obama said people with religious beliefs may disagree with his decision, but he believes he’s following Jesus’ command to treat others the way he’d want to be treated.
‘My reading of Scripture tells me that that Golden Rule is pretty high up there in terms of my Christian belief,’ he said.”
This is a cynical ploy to convince Christians to feel better about his massive overreach and abuse of constitutional authority, as well as the idea of pretending that allowing males access to female bathrooms and locker rooms could never cause a problem.
This, in spite of mounting evidence and just what we know about human nature, is ridiculous on its face.
While Mr. Obama is giving his interpretation of scripture, maybe he’d like to look over these words of godly wisdom, from 2 Corinthians 11:14-15 NIV “14 And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light.15 It is not surprising, then, if his servants also masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.”
He may want to be very careful about how he misrepresents God’s word.