Allegedly, Pastor Mark Driscoll says President Obama's questionable faith is a sign our days are getting darker as Christians. However, we believe President Obama does not have the power to define our future days in the world of Christianity. Faith says God is our president and are days will get better, if we believe it.
According to ChristianPost.com, in the section of the first chapter (Christendom is Dead) subtitled, "One Nation, Under God?" Driscoll points out that one notable omission on the inauguration stage was Pastor Giglio, who was scheduled to give the inaugural prayer at the 2013 ceremony and then withdrew, while some say he was pressured to do so by the Inauguration Committee.
Of course, we comprehend what Pastor Mark Driscoll is saying, but we can no longer afford to go by what we see and hear. It is time to look to God as our president and no longer pay attention to what President Obama believes as a Christian or a Muslim, because the fact remains, he will be out of the White House in 2016. Hopefully, he won't seek a third term like President Franklin Roosevelt and if he does, many Christians should be wise not to vote for him.
Mark Driscoll Takes Swipe at Barack Obama's Questionable Faith; Says Presidency a Sign 'Christians' Days Are Getting Darker'
By Alex Murashko , Christian Post ReporterSeattle megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll takes a serious swipe at Barack Obama in his soon to be released book, A Call to Resurgence: Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future? by pointing to the president's questionable spirituality and often weak embrace of evangelicals as an indicator that born-again "Christians' days are getting darker."
"On January 21, 2013, Barack Obama placed his hand on a Bible he may not entirely believe to take an oath to a God he may not entirely know," writes Driscoll, as read in chapter...Read full article, here.
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