35 percent of all of those polled have no clue as to what religion the president adheres. That’s one-third of the nation he leads. One in three people don’t have any idea of his religious convictions. Should the percentage be that high? Religion might be a private choice, but should it be a secret one too, even for a leader?
While those stats say something about Obama’s neutrality and respect for representing our nation’s religious melting pot, they also say something about the politically correct climate across our land, in which people are afraid to stand up for their convictions so as not to be branded as intolerant or bigots. We have become a nation that fears opinion. Even Holy Week, once celebrated in the corridors of the Capitol, is now a clandestine commemoration full of holy hesitations…
No Holy Week hesitations here. His name is Jesus, and I believe He was born into this world to die for the sins of mankind, that whosoever believes in him shall have eternal life – just as I chose to do decades ago at a Billy Graham crusade in Los Angeles.
Is Obama afraid of the “Jesus” word?