Sunday, October 25, 2009

How I Know Barack Hussein Obama is Not a Christian, Part 1

This is the first of a series of articles offering evidence that our President is not a Christian, despite what he or anyone else may claim.

While running for the Presidency as a candidate, when Barack Hussein Obama was asked if he was a Christian, he said “yes, I go to church once a week”. People who know nothing about Christianity may consider this a good answer; but those who are Christians and know something about Christianity know that this is an inadequate statement.

Jesus told Nicodemus, “Truly, truly I say unto you. Except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God (John 3:3).” It is being born again that makes a person a Christian! Nothing else!

Hopefully, by going to church one learns that they are a sinner separated from God by virtue of Adam and Eve disobeying God in the Garden of Eden and eating of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. They obtained this knowledge of good and evil, but lost their intimate relationship with God and transferred from the kingdom of God into the kingdom of Satan. Hence forth, all their descendents were born separated from God and living in the kingdom of Satan; this includes Barack Hussein Obama, and it means that each person is in need of a savior.

God so loved each and every person In the world, that He sent his only begotten Son into the world so that each and every person who believed on Jesus would have eternal life and not perish (John 3:16).

With God as His Father, He, Jesus, was conceived sinless. With Mary as His mother, He was human. He lived a sinless life fulfilling the whole law of God (Hebrews 4:15). Thus, He was worthy to represent all of mankind before God. As for being Devine He was able to take all the sins of all mankind in His own body and receive the wrath of God against himself and still survive (I Peter 2:24; Luke 24:1-8).

We must therefore repent of our sins and invite Jesus into our heart for salvation, to free us from the consequences of our sins (Luke 24:46-48). Jesus comes into our heart, we are saved, forgiven, made a new creature by the Holy Spirit, given eternal life and that is what makes us a Christian (Revelation 3:20; II Corinthians 5:17; I John 5:10-12; Romans 8:9).

You can be a Christian if you so desire by repenting of your sins, and inviting Jesus into your heart. A sample prayer is, “Lord Jesus Christ come into my heart and forgive me of my sins.” The alternative is to perish, which is to be tormented endlessly by fire.

To date, I have never heard Obama publicly confess Jesus as his Lord and Savior, but I do recall that he did have His statue covered (at Georgetown University) when he spoke in its presence.


  1. Anonymous1:17 AM

    I would like to comment on the truth revealed by Jesus in John(3.3-13)Jesus said,"I am telling you the truth no one can see the kingdom of God without being born again." The truth about being born again is simple-in order to be born again one first has to be born,live then die for original sin.It's then God can put your Spirit back into a body and born again.With God anything is posable!

  2. So let me get this straight: because the President mentions that he attends church, this automatically makes him NOT a Christian...?!

    So, by your "logic" anybody who attends church is automatically not a Christian?!

    If not -- why does this "rule" apply only to Barak Obama? Could it be possible that you simply don't like him, and therefore hold him to a different standard than anyone else you know?

    I find it awfully hard to believe that you would condemn your neighbor as a non-Christian simply because he said "I go to church once a week!"