Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Warren Blasted Left and Right for Accepting Obama’s Inaugural Invocation Invitation

The radical homosexual domestic terrorists are incensed that President-elect -elite Barack Hussein Obama would invite an evangelical to give the invocation at his inauguration. Joseph Farah, founder of WorldNetDaily.com and Christian conservative, wrote an open letter to Pastor Rick Warren of California’s Saddleback Church last week expressing his own “profound and abject revulsion” at Warren’s acceptance of Obama's invitation. Monday he published his thoughts in an article titled, “An open letter to Rick Warren.” Here is a snippet from the article in which he gives his reason why he is so upset over Warren’s decision. You can read the entire article here.


“. . . Barack Obama is opposed to any and all restrictions on the killing of unborn children and has pledged to work against the few that remain. In fact, as a state legislator in Illinois, he pushed a law that would require the killing of babies born alive after unsuccessful abortions. You know he will also open the floodgates to the use of U.S. taxpayer dollars to fund abortion overseas through groups like Planned Parenthood and agencies such as the United Nations Population Fund . . . He has even promised to sign into law the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA), which would make illegal even peaceful efforts to persuade mothers from aborting their babies. In essence, Obama holds and has pledged to enforce, a radical pro-abortion position that will curtail free speech, freedom of religion and ensure that many more innocent lives will be destroyed . . .”


Farah concludes his article saying that it is now the time for Warren to decide whether he stands with God, or whether he stands with Mr. Obama. I would add that the choice was and is clear. Pastor Warren chose to go the broad way of the world. It appears that Warren is joining a growing list of evangelicals who demonstrate their love for the world more than for God. I recently wrote a series of articles about another high profile evangelical (mis)leader, who chose the way of the world, Richard Cizik, who is the now the former Vice President of Governmental Affairs for the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE).


  1. Anonymous9:50 AM

    But wait, there's more:

    "Black community invites Rick Warren to give keynote at annual MLK service in Atlanta"


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