The Hot Issue, Friday, August 20, 2010:
Yes, absolutely, what matters is a person’s core belief system, worldview, and the philosophical orientation. Frankly, we do not know what this president’s religious affiliation is. He said, for political expediency, that he is a Christian. He says for purposes of appeasement and acceptance when in front of Muslims, that he has a close and positive appreciation of Islam. Actually, I believe he is neither. He is an atheist, a secular humanist. That is his true religious belief or affiliation.
What I have observed of this president is that he is prone to avoid the truth in almost all situations. Why would a Christian or Muslim support abortion or the homosexual agenda? A secular humanist does grasp those positions. Why would a Christian violate the biblical principle of enslaving his nation into debt? A secular humanist would agree with the Keynesian economic principles more than supply-side economics.
Almost all of the initiatives put forth by the president prior to his election and since point to a fundamentally socialistic, Marxist or communistic orientation or set of principles and beliefs that seem to govern all of his policies, legislative initiatives and actions.