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MONDAY, NOV 5, 2012  |  32 comments
Obama Releases Ad Touting His ‘Christian Faith’ & Claiming He’s Leading America ‘With Faith Values’
Just three days before Americans head to the polls to decide who will be victorious in the 2012 presidential election, President Barack Obama’s campaign released a new ad aimed at courting faith voters. Despite some bumps in the road with the faith community following his administration’s controversial contraceptive mandate, among other policy moves, Obama is still actively courting left-of-center religious voters.

The three-minute clip, “President Barack Obama is Leading With Faith Values,” features numerous faith leaders, including Bishop Vashti McKenzie, a leader in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, professor Stephen Schneck of the the Catholic University of America and Chicago Pastor J.R. Kerr, among others. ...


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News Item11/7/12 7:29 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
A believer to the end wrote:
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…If you believe that God is judging America for the sins of Obama, what could he possibly have in store for a nation that "calls" itself Christian, but elects to the highest office of the land a man cursed of God. As a mormom, that's how the bible describes him and not me….
You would be hard pressed to name very many elected officials that are not cursed of God due to their religious beliefs, so your point is pointless. There have been many posts, maybe not this thread, where you see people saying they are thanking God and praying for our leaders as commanded in I Timothy. If you cannot see the persecution of the Christian faith that is coming through the LGBT policies promoted by this administration then you really need to do some research. We will never know, nor would I assume, that a Romney win would have made a huge difference. Personally, I have never thought Romney would win. Also, if you cannot legislatively change the hearts of men then throw out Ecclesiastes 8:11. They may have the same wicked heart but it would be more restrained in its manifestations. If legislation makes no difference, why have laws? "It is better to trust in the Lord
Than to put confidence in man." Psalm 118:8
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News Item11/6/12 1:04 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
multiple states, people have reported vote flipping...

so Mike, just ask the computer, it will tell you which one. no worries about recounts. whatever's done on the computer system owned by a foreign company can never be questioned.

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News Item11/6/12 11:32 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Who will be the next president? The professing Saul, or the pagan Nebuchadnezzar?
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News Item11/6/12 10:13 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Barry, I think praying for the president goes without saying (I hope, at least). James, thanks for the thoughtful post.
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News Item11/6/12 10:00 AM
jamesglory | Yorkshire, England  Find all comments by jamesglory
I believe Christians, world wide should be praying for the outcome of the election. That it will be the closest to God's heart and that the binding, Christ hating legislation of the past few years, will in some way be undone.
What a choice for the US voters. Obama: A sometime, Marxist Moslem 'Christian'.
Or: Romney, a figure head from the cult of Mormon.
The US is the most influential nation on the Earth. May God grant true BIBLICAL revival there as a beacon and example in these times of utter apostasy and ecumenical hocus-pocus.
May God be glorified and many sinners saved, in Christ Jesus name. Amen.
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News Item11/6/12 9:06 AM
if politics don't matter  Find all comments by if politics don't matter
Google these key words: Korean peninsula night sky photo.

If politics don't matter then why is there a profound difference between the North and South ends of Korea?

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News Item11/6/12 8:48 AM
Barry from KY | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from KY
A believer to the end wrote:
No more than you'd think that the world has come to an end because of the past 4 years of Obama. You would if you believe all that has been posted here about him.
I've yet to hear anyone say that we ought to pray for the president, as we are commanded in scripture to do.
We need to be careful that we not compromise the gospel in our attempts to convert a fallen world into the kingdom of God on earth.
If you believe that God is judging America for the sins of Obama, what could he possibly have in store for a nation that "calls" itself Christian, but elects to the highest office of the land a man cursed of God. As a mormom, that's how the bible describes him and not me.
It's all mute, because I believe that Obama will be providentially re-elected.
The decline of "christian" America will continue. You can't legistatively change the hearts of men. Trust in God and not in man, and you will be alright.
Not sure who you are or where you are from Believer, but you definetly need to post on SA more. This site really needs your voice!!!

I believe that there are people on here that would support republican candidates regardless of their position on abortion and homosexuality.

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News Item11/6/12 8:37 AM
SteveR | Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
John Yurich USA wrote:
But voting for a Third Party presidential candidate is just like making sure that Obama gets re elected.
We live in a Republic with an 'electoral' system for Presidential elections. Almost every State awards ALL their electorates to the winner of that State. If you are in a solid Blue or solid Red State, voting 3rd party does not lead to an Obama victory.

Since my State is 'in play,' I will be voting Romney/Ryan(mostly because of the Ryan part). If I were in say NY, Id vote 3rd party all the way

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News Item11/6/12 8:11 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
SteveR wrote:
Voters in non swing states should definately consider 3rd Party candidates that are in harmony with their Faith. Those 3rd Parties will receive more matching funds next election
But voting for a Third Party presidential candidate is just like making sure that Obama gets re elected.
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News Item11/6/12 8:02 AM
SteveR | Upper Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
John Yurich USA wrote:
Mark M is correct that Christians should not vote for Obama. And Christians should not vote for a Third Party presidential candidate either because a Third Party presidential candidate stands zero chance of winning. At least Romney has stated that he will appoint Pro Life Judges to the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade.
Voters in non swing states should definately consider 3rd Party candidates that are in harmony with their Faith. Those 3rd Parties will receive more matching funds next election
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News Item11/6/12 6:29 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mark M is correct that Christians should not vote for Obama. And Christians should not vote for a Third Party presidential candidate either because a Third Party presidential candidate stands zero chance of winning. At least Romney has stated that he will appoint Pro Life Judges to the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade.
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News Item11/6/12 6:22 AM
Mark M. | in the UAE  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mark M.
Ultimately, you really can't legislate the attitude of the people. I will agree with that point. The very best defense against abortion, divorce, gay marriage, and any other sin that attacks the family is to teach your family the difference between right and wrong, and to do that effectively, the only way is the Bible. If individuals are brought up the right way by being taught to follow God, then the gay bars, abortion clinics, and divorce attorney offices may well be open and legal--but they will be empty.

However, the government that we elect dictates what we can do as individuals. If you sit on your hands and let liberal law makers and judges take control of the country--hand in hand with the liberal media that constantly pushes their agenda, then you get a society that does not honor God. These people push their agendas on you and your children and grandchildren, and put limits on what you can say even within your own household.

Mandates such as those that require churches to marry homosexuals and force homeschooling parents to teach that homosexuality is anything other than a sin are here now or around the corner. Or do you think Barry O. is going to soften up for the next four years. Christians should not vote for Obama.

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News Item11/6/12 5:21 AM
A believer to the end  Find all comments by A believer to the end
Of course I will consider it providential as well. The fact that I was able to get up this morning was also providential.
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News Item11/5/12 9:36 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
A believer to the end wrote:
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It's all mute, because I believe that Obama will be providentially re-elected.
The decline of "christian" America will continue. You can't legistatively change the hearts of men. Trust in God and not in man, and you will be alright.
Agreed, you can't legislatively change hearts, but you surely can legislatively change what actions are legally acceptable, and the consequences of actions. It's being done every day.

If Romney is elected, will you consider that providential as well?

As for the continuing decline of America, you're probably right. We're trying to catch down with the rest of the world. Prophecy will continue to be fulfilled, regardless of who's president.

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News Item11/5/12 8:44 PM
A believer to the end  Find all comments by A believer to the end
No more than you'd think that the world has come to an end because of the past 4 years of Obama. You would if you believe all that has been posted here about him.

I've yet to hear anyone say that we ought to pray for the president, as we are commanded in scripture to do.

We need to be careful that we not compromise the gospel in our attempts to convert a fallen world into the kingdom of God on earth.

If you believe that God is judging America for the sins of Obama, what could he possibly have in store for a nation that "calls" itself Christian, but elects to the highest office of the land a man cursed of God. As a mormom, that's how the bible describes him and not me.

It's all mute, because I believe that Obama will be providentially re-elected.

The decline of "christian" America will continue. You can't legistatively change the hearts of men. Trust in God and not in man, and you will be alright.

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News Item11/5/12 8:32 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
A believer to the end wrote:
Me. I'll be voting for the Mormon. He compromises the word of God and who Jesus Christ is, but that's okay! God will bless the election of such a Christian as Romney!
In all seriousness, so called evangelicals have comprised the Word of God and while challenging the faith of Obama (they should), they have completed ignored Romney's faith or lack thereoff.
Poppycock. There have been presidents who have been Unitarian, Episcopalian, Quaker, Presby, RC, Baptist, Dutch Reformed, Methodist, unaffiliated, and Obama's wonderful UCC. And you think evangelicals have compromised the Word of God and the end of the world has come because of a Mormon?
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News Item11/5/12 6:48 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
This smacks of desperation
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News Item11/5/12 6:46 PM
A believer to the end  Find all comments by A believer to the end
Me. I'll be voting for the Mormon. He compromises the word of God and who Jesus Christ is, but that's okay! God will bless the election of such a Christian as Romney!

In all seriousness, so called evangelicals have comprised the Word of God and while challenging the faith of Obama (they should), they have completed ignored Romney's faith or lack thereoff.

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News Item11/5/12 6:14 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Curtis wrote:
1. First we need to pray that God bring a revival to whole Christian Church.
2. Next we need people who have good doctrine to preach, teach, and model the word of God with love.
1. Amen, well that's three of us at least on these threads. The problem though Curtis is this: If the Christian church is in need of revival, it has gotten that way through a lack of prayer. So that although prayer is the prerequisite of revival, there are so few who are willing to undertake such a task. If you have the answer to this dilemma, please speak out and make it known.

2. I have a good friend locally, who is invited to preach in diverse local churches, many of them nominal churches with hardly one born again soul in them. He preaches the word to them, preaches the gospel to them, speaks to them about eternal issues, and all with the love of God. He does that in case the Lord has plans of salvation for some of these poor religious wretches, so that as long as that door is open, he will spend time with them, prayerfully committing their souls unto him who is able to lead many sons to glory.

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News Item11/5/12 5:44 PM
Curtis | Seattle  Contact via emailFind all comments by Curtis
First we need to pray that God bring a revival to whole Christian Church. Next we need people who have good doctrine to preach, teach, and model the word of God with love.
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