Saturday, April 24, 2010

Obama's "Christian" voice silent

The outrage over the disinviting of Evangelist Franklin Graham from the Pentagon's National Day of Prayer breakfast is spreading throughout the church world.

But it also brings up an interesting question: President Obama is commander-in-chief of the armed forces. With one word, he can reverse this anti-Christian debacle and bring Graham--son of Billy Graham, who has been friends with every president since Harry Truman--back to speaking at the event. Where is Obama's "Christian" voice now?

Never have we witnessed such anti-Christian bias emanating from the halls of power as we have see with this administration--and it appears it will only get worse. It is now being more clear each day that Obama's "Christian faith," propagated during the campaign by media lapdogs and the pseudo-Christian Matthew 25 Network, was a mere vote-grabbing charade. If the president wants to reassure Americans that he is a "man of faith," reinstating Graham to the prayer breakfast would be a good place to start.

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