Wednesday, November 12, 2008
President-Elect Obama seeks "spiritual" guidance from openly homosexual bishop
As I've been reporting lately, President-elect Barack Obama is definitely going to bring change to this country, but it will be a change that we won't recognize. One of those changes is Barack Obama's strong belief that sodomites should have equal rights in our government, schools, and even churches. There is no doubt that Obama will be pushing for a "new" civil rights legislation that will prevent discrimation based upon sexual orientation, which means you wouldn't be able to discriminate against homosexuals. If you didn't want to sell your home to a homosexual, you would be in violation of federal law. If a local Christian school or church didn't want to hire a Sunday school teacher because she was a lesbian, then that church or school would be in violation of federal law and would be sued. See, the implication is far reaching. Now some may say that this is an exageration. Well, they did this with the 1964 Civil Rights law that outlawed discrimination based upon race. Now, it's the homosexuals turn up to the plate. The Times of London reports that Barack Obama sought out New Hampshire homosexual bishop Vicki Gene Robinson for advice three times during his presidential campaign. Robinson, whose ordination in the Episcopal Church has caused a deep rift within the Anglican Communion, was reportedly sought out by Obama to discuss what it feels like to be "first." Robinson notes in their three private conversations, Obama voiced his support for "equal civil rights" for homosexuals and described the election as a "religious experience." Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, believes "Obama's consultations with Robinson show the true tenor of his upcoming administration. "It looks like Billy Graham has been replaced by a gay bishop. We're moving to, perhaps, our first anti-Christian president; it's beyond post-Christian. Gene Robinson advocates homosexuality as part of the Christian experience," he explains. "Now Bible-believing Christians cannot accept that. Homosexual practice is sinful, as taught by the scriptures. This man [Obama] pretends to be faithful to Christianity, even as he works very hard to undermine it." LaBarbera suggests Robinson may possibly replace Jeremiah Wright as one of Obama's main spiritual advisers. Wright was Obama's Chicago pastor for 20 years before disassociating with the controversial preacher during the presidential campaign." Change is coming, so hold on. Until then.