What Did President Obama Say About Modern-Day Christianity That Wasn’t True?


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So-called Right-wing and the like are all up in arms about President Obama comparing Modern-Day Christianity to some Islamic dirty deeds. If the comparison is so absurd, it should be easy to explain why the president’s views are outrageous. Surely it can’t be just because he’s a Black man, audacious enough to speak his mind???

Granted, he is still the most persecuted president on earth, but this is a bit much.

What does insulting Christianity mean anyway? What Christians should be worried about is insulting God, by not being truthful about the state of modern-day Christianity, and the Sins of the fathers.

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At the end of the day it’s clear President Obama is not totally off base, but some people don’t want to deal with ugly truth, even those who profess to be Christians.

Christians are continuing a plight of creating an ugly unGodly legacy, as we speak. Trying to persecute President Obama for the ‘umpteenth’ time is not gonna negate the truth of this matter or the president’s reasons for making the comparison he made. What did President Obama say during his speech that simply wasn’t true, under any circumstances.

It doesn’t matter whether you like President Obama or not, truth is truth and there is always evidence readily available to support truth. No evidence or proof, then have at him!

For the time is coming when [people] will not tolerate (endure) sound and wholesome instruction, but, having ears itching [for something pleasing and gratifying], they will gather to themselves one teacher after another to a considerable number, chosen to satisfy their own liking and to foster the errors they hold. 2 Timothy 4:3

Minister Neecy

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