Tuesday, July 01, 2008


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

B. Hussein Obama has it in for America’s evangelicals. That is evident in his anathema of evangelical leader Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family.

Evangelicals stand at the direct opposite of B. Hussein’s creed. He is a moral relativist. That is, for B. Hussein there are no moral absolutes.

To state it in other terms, B. Hussein defines morality by “situation ethics.” That twosome was quite popular among liberals a few years ago; the term has since faded out as a frequency. However, it means that the specific situation governs the ethic of that situation.

For example, if a female concludes that her situation would be better served by slaying her womb infant, then her ethic is pure in having an abortion. There is no biblical absolute standing in her way.

Consequently, B. Hussein who believes in situation ethics supports killing womb babies. He is a prime celebrity among abortion enthusiasts. He goes so far as to aggressively support post-birth abortion.

Further, B. Hussein is a typical theological liberal and is encouraged nationwide by that religious block. There are denominations based on theological liberalism, the latter in opposition to biblical theology.

Such mainline Protestant denominations include the United Church of Christ (Congregational), Unitarian-Universalist Society and Episcopal Church. There are large segments within Roman Catholicism that are like unto the Protestant theological liberal base.

Evangelicals on the other hand uphold the biblical ethic as set by the Almighty God. Therefore, there is no situation ethics allowance. There is no moral relativism. There is no theological liberalism tolerated.

Evangelicals are theological conservatives, absolutists, adhering only to the Scriptures for their moral definitions.

B. Hussein has belonged to the theological and political United Church of Christ, the latter’s administration now assertively supporting him in every move he makes.

In addition, B. Hussein was reared by a mother who believed all-religions-are-fine. That is what B. Hussein believes at the forefront of his so-called “faith.”

While he claims daily to pray to Jesus, it is the Muslim prophet Jesus who can fit quite conveniently alongside Buddha, Confucius and so forth. B. Hussein’s Jesus is not the incarnate deity of the Bible. If he were, B. Hussein would not transgress against Jesus’ moral teachings.

While he claims to be “Christian,” such is defined in the theologically liberal parlance, not the evangelical, biblical definition.

Add to this that he has Islamic trappings all over his history and mindset. In his book, “Audacity of Hope,” B. Hussein states: ““I will stand with the Muslims. . .”

Yes, that is written in the context of Muslims coming under various injustices in society.

Therefore, the reality is that if elected to the Oval Office, Muslims within B. Hussein’s first week will claim injustices of some sort. With whom then will the new President align himself? He’s already told us. It is with the Muslims.

If Muslims go so far as to claim injustices leveled against them by evangelicals, evangelicals will be B. Hussein’s immediate enemy while Muslims will be his obvious friend.

Naturally Muslims know that sentence is in his book.
It is underlined in their consciousness. They will hold B. Hussein to it. If he moves away from that declaration, all hell will break loose. B. Hussein knows that. Even while courting evangelicals, B. Hussein knows his Islamic allegiance as stated on paper in his book.

In addition, B. Hussein’s father was Muslim and stepfather was a practicing Muslim.

Moreover, B. Hussein has stated in “Dreams of my Father” that “I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.”

And further in that same book: “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race.” This is a confession to his being anti-white and pro-blackism, the latter preached by Jeremiah Wright.

While being pro-blackism, B. Hussein adds to that his pro-Muslim persona.

Now B. Hussein proclaims that he will expand George W. Bush’s faith-based programming. And what is that move? It is a move to fool evangelicals in particular for they have much to lose if that program is deleted.

And why did B. Husseni conduct outdoor gospel concerts in the South? To fool evangelicals.

And why does B. Hussein meet cordially with America’s evangelical leaders? To fool them.

And he in fact did fool some of them. Take for instance Rick Warran of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. Warren had B. Hussein speak from his so-called evangelical platform on a Lord’s Day.

Wait until B. Hussein gets into the White House. These evangelicals will wish they had stayed true to the traditional evangelical definition of being only biblically aligned, not politically opportunistic.

If B. Hussein gets onto Pennsylvania Avenue, it will be one hell of a nation for evangelicals, for certain.

Read “B. HUSSEIN OBAMA: 'I will stand with the Muslims. . .” at http://www.conservativecrusader.com/articles/b-hussein-obama-i-will-stand-with-the-muslims

Read “CAL THOMAS: OBAMA ‘FALSE PROPHET” at http://jgrantswankjr.blogspot.com/2008/06/cal-thomas-obama-false-prophet.html

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