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  • Obama Tells The Church – Stop Focusing On Abortion and Gay Marriage

    Knowing exactly when a fetus becomes a human being is above President Obama’s paygrade, but lecturing churches is not.

    From LifeSiteNews.com:

    President Obama told the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit that churches should spend less time focusing on abortion and same-sex “marriage.”

    During a panel discussion on poverty at Georgetown University last Tuesday, Obama criticized churches for how they engage politically, focusing on “divisive issues” such as protecting life and preserving marriage.

    The president said, “When it comes to what are you really going to the mat for, what’s the defining issue, when you’re talking in your congregations, what’s the thing that is really going to capture the essence of who we are as Christians, or as Catholics, or what have you, [poverty] is oftentimes viewed as a ‘nice to have’ relative to an issue like abortion.”

    The day that a human life is not worth “going to the mat for” look to the skies because the fire and lightning will be raining down.

    Poverty is horrible, of course, which is why the Christian Church of the world does more than any other group or government to fight it.

    However, to somehow use that to diminish the horror of abortion is beyond ridiculous. Christian’s have rightly stood against the wholesale slaughter of an entire class of people…the unborn.

    Much like blacks were kept in slavery by the Democrat Party by considering them less than fully human, babies are being murdered by not calling them what they are…live babies.

    Obama continued in his tirade against the church.

    While campaigning for president, Obama lightly dismissed the question of abortion, telling megachurch pastor Rick Warren that knowing when human life begins was “above my pay grade.”

    In contrast, the president argued last week that churches would gain more followers if they embraced the “powerful” idea of helping those in poverty. “I think it would be powerful for our faith-based organizations to speak out on [poverty] in a more forceful fashion,” he said.

    The president also said that advocating the redistribution of wealth is “vital to following what Jesus Christ, our Savior, talked about.”

    “I reject his premise,” blogger Stan Guthrie, an editor at large at Christianity Today, commented. “People of faith already do far more for the poor than secular leftists.”

    President Obama’s comments, he said, exemplified “unbelievable ignorance on display.”

    The unusual scene of a sitting president criticizing churches for emphasizing traditional doctrines opened the question of whether the president and others on the Left intend to influence, cajole, or bully Christians into altering their fundamental moral beliefs. Obama’s remarks came shortly after presidential candidate Hillary Clinton declared that religious beliefs against abortion “have to be changed.”

    So to be clear…Obama and Clinton would presume to change the beliefs of the Christian faith to fit their beliefs.

    How many beliefs of Islam would they like to change?


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