Identity of President Obama’s God questioned - Letters to the Editor - Mobile

back Side Panel

Identity of President Obama’s God questioned

Posted

During his speech to Planned Parenthood on April 26, Obama invoked God's blessings and mocked North Dakota for their ruling — that once a baby's heartbeat is detected in utero around six weeks, it can no longer be aborted. Clearly, Obama doesn't care or realize that by the time the heart starts beating, the baby is making and circulating his or her own blood with their own DNA and chromosomes. This is a separate and unique human being forming, and not a woman's appendage or tumor.

Obviously, Obama doesn't care about any phase of a baby's development in utero or at birth, as his silence pertaining to the infanticide-tactics of baby butcher Kermit Gosnell speaks volumes. Obama's record on infanticide is also clear, as he voted four times in his career against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act.

When it comes to the sanctity of life, the actions of Planned Parenthood and their supporters — including Obama — are more in line with the actions of the devil himself, who comes to "steal, kill and destroy." In contrast, Christ came that we "might have life, and might have it abundantly" (John 10:10).

All of us — even Christ — were once in utero, at all stages from conception to birth. In utero and after birth, Christ was still Christ and not Mary's appendage or tumor.

Clearly it couldn't be Christ's blessings that Obama was invoking in his speech. More accurately, he again could have been invoking a blessing from the Ammonite god, Molech, who thrives on the sacrificial killing of children (Leviticus 18:21).

I make this appeal to anyone and everyone who acknowledge themselves as being Christian, and especially to Catholics or Protestants. How can any of you vote for any elected official, including Obama, who holds such an apparent disdain for the sanctity of life?

One day, whether we believe it or not, we'll all stand before our Maker, the true and living God of Life, to give an account for our life. When that day comes for Obama, I don't think he'll be standing in front of Molech.

Ron Houck

Lodi

Close