Obama is NOT a Muslim! You MUST believe me and help me convince others!

False. Religion.

Listen, my servant friends.  There is a story on the wires that worries me.  It was published today in the LA Times, in an article entitled, “Poll: Obama’s a Muslim to many GOP voters in Alabama, Mississippi.”  Yes, my friends, many people think that Obama is truly a Muslim!  We must stop this nonsense.  This is one time when you must believe me.  (Really!!)

Let me explain.

Keep in mind that this is very confidentialistic–please treat it as such.  Here it is: Obama isn’t anything but a politicoreligisopportunistika.  That is, he has no core beliefs on ultimate issues of truth, but he will say or do anything of a religious nature for political reasons.

Obama is not unusual among politicians in this regard, but the difference between Obama and virtually every other US president is that Obama continues to push MY kingdom to levels even I would never have imagined in America’s old-fashioned Christian days.

Could you have predicted under any other president that a 30-year old woman would shamelessly and publicly go before the United States Congress and ask for free birth control pills?  I’m not sure who makes me the most proud, the hussy or the hustled.  But just imagine the Congress under any other administration listening to such embarrassing, brazen, shameless talk from a proudly loose woman on behalf of an entire Catholic university of openly loose women.

My how I’ve changed things when it’s a compliment to say about women that they have a “reputation.”   And Obama wants his girls to grow up just as proud of their reputation as he wants this woman’s parents to be of their daughter’s.  He said so.

Unbelievable!

And Americans sit back and yawn, or argue over religious rights versus women’s rights.

Pinch me!

We’ve come a long way, baby!

That’s why this talk of Obama being a Muslim must stop.  Because the only reason I’ve successfully pushed America so far toward the abyss that hardly any Americans get embarrassed at hussies hustling them for handouts, is because Obama does not act like a Christian!

Got it?  Regardless of whether Obama is truly a Muslim or not, he clearly, by his actions, is not a Christian.

And that’s all I care about.

I don’t care what people say they are.  Half the people in Hell say they were Christians.  Big deal.  They didn’t act like it.

And Obama, because he has no core values beyond those of a socialistic worldview, will, if pushed, shamelessly act like a Christian.  And if Obama starts acting like a Christian, my kingdom on earth will suffer.

And I don’t like to suffer.

So here’s what I want you to do, my servants.  At every chance you get, battle the rumors that Obama is a Muslim.  Refute those who base their judgments on what he does, and not what he says!  Make up excuses for his associations, his childhood experiences, his clear affinity for Muslim culture and beliefs, his barely veiled antipathy toward Christianity and Christians.

Because if we can’t convince people Obama is not a Muslim simply because he acts like one, then Obama, being the smart tool he is, will start acting like a Christian.

And I hate those who act like Christians.

Period.

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31 Responses to “Obama is NOT a Muslim! You MUST believe me and help me convince others!”

  1. He Boss, you still got that Koran layin’ round, I kinda need to Bone up.

  2. Let me be Devil´s lawyer to Devil.

    It is tough to follow your suggestion, your Lowness. Well, in Islam, they say that if your father is Muslim, you also are.

    Besides that, it is extremely tough to see Obama as Christian, as your pointed out.

    No to mention his behavior to Saudi Arabia King.

    If Obama lived in Saudi Arabia and said he was Christian, he would be dead. He would not say that in Saudi Arabia, looking his behavior when he sees a Muslim king.

    Ok, I know: no facts, just lies.

  3. Barak the Evil is a nominal Muslim practicing “taqqiya”, the Moslem practice of “holy lying”. That is why he can call himself a “Christian” while bashing all things Christian.
    Does Obama actually “submit” to the lying, murdering god of Mohammed: Allah? Only in that Islam aligns itself with and furthers his and global Socialism’s goals which are:

    –Destroy the “Christian” West
    –Destroy Israel

    Obama is his own god. Unfortunately for him the Messianic aura is fully eroded except for the true believers. The rest of us have to live in Realityville. Because of his unswerving devotion to the above destructive goals, gasoline will be over $5/gallon by election day. Inflation will eat America’s savings and buying power and we will be going over the European financial cliff. Unemployment may well be reported to be 1.5% but people will know that businesses are closed and jobs are not really there.
    The Middle Eastern fire Obama started with his Cairo speech will be an out-of-control inferno. If not actively at war, Israel will be nearing the brink of a final confrontation with her historic neighboring enemies as well as Russia, Iran, and Turkey.
    Obama and the Marxist/Democrats will lose even more resoundingly than they did in 2010 (Remember 2010? The press doesn’t want you to remember that referendum on Obama…no matter how “personally likeable” the grinning monster is, he will suffer a Carteresque loss to the generic Republican, not even a Reagan).
    That is what makes these people dangerous. They will not go quietly for “this is their time”. They are the self-described “99%”. Nonsense. It is indeed their time however, in ways many of them could never imagine.

  4. Robin Grace Says:

    I love your Blog. You do this extremely well..and from what I can see in the spirit of the kind of thing Breitbart had in mind. I got away from sarcasm..in its lowly form a long time ago. The is sarcasm snark in it’s best form.

  5. vengeance Says:

    Drive out the blasphemous christians from the county I live in for keeping the truth from me. Drive away all of these heretics whatever it takes. Damn them.

  6. I liked this one, it was really good. I laughed out loud.

  7. “Regardless of whether Obama is truly a Muslim or not, he clearly, by his actions, is not a Christian.”

    Exactly! I’ve been saying that for some time.

    Great blog, btw! Glad to see Screwtape is alive and well. Just added you to my Google Reader.

  8. […] From Obama is NOT a Muslim! You MUST believe me and help me convince others! Regardless of whether Obama is truly a Muslim or not, he clearly, by his actions, is not a Christian. […]

  9. I love Lewis’ Screwtape Letters and appreciate good attempts at that sort of satire. Unfortunately, In find this one not reaching that level.

    To use the name of the ‘devil’ to demonize a leader who confesses to Christianity and appears to be Christian, that is not good Christian practice, it seems to me.

    I mean, as a Christian, I disagreed with Reagan/Bush/Bush and found many of their behaviors/actions atrocious, from a Christian point of view. But never did I stoop so low as to pronounce them “Not Christians.”

    Such personal demonization is not appropriate. Speak of behaviors in this satire, if you wish, but the politics of personal destruction and demonization is more appropriate for an actual devil, rather than a satirist, it seems to me.

    In Christ,

    Dan

    • Thanks Dan. I always appreciate civil comments like yours. But remember that Jesus personally demonized many who professed true religion but who, by their “behaviors” (as you say I should be limited to), were clearly not. Jesus told us to judge the tree by its fruit, that is, behavior, not by its “confession.” With all due respect, I question your judgment if you think Obama “appears to be a Christian.” And remember, it is exactly on the point of “appearances” that Jesus and Paul had their greatest condemnations. Think wheat and tares. In this case, Obama is not even a tare–he shows no behavoirs, policies, judgments, etc., consistent with being orthodox Christianity (the only kind there is). I’m open to being persuaded otherwise. But in any event, thanks for reading. I know my blog is not for everyone, but I appreciate all those who read it. I do hope you stick around!

      • Good responses. You were onto something about the tares.

        My apologies that Dan found your site through mine. He is a creepy false-teaching blog-stalker that literally wrote my pastor because I banned Dan after 400+ comments. He cited Matthew 18, which of course didn’t apply because I don’t view Dan as a brother and hadn’t sinned against him.

        He is the worst kind of false teacher, posing as an otherwise-orthodox Christian who totally believes the Bible (er, uh, except the parts he doesn’t like) and says the word of God is inspired — but his god wasn’t capable of telling us which books belong in the Bible, so even though the texts are inspired we don’t know which ones are inspired! What a dilemma!

        He has been refuted countless times but goes from site to site posing as a Bible-believer when he is anything but. He won’t do much damage here other than waste your time, but at blogs of non-Christians he is effective at spreading his lies (they don’t know any better).

        I could go on and on but won’t. Just wanted to give you fair warning that a wolf in sheep’s clothing will now be spending a lot of time here. Deal with him as you like. Most folks moderate him pretty quickly.

        He’ll be ranting about gossip, slander, how I’m his brother, etc. in 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 (or he would have if I hadn’t included the previous sentence).

        More here — http://4simpsons.wordpress.com/2011/05/03/false-teacher-profile/

        • Thanks eMatters. Actually I answered him before venturing over to his blog, where I quickly realized what you said–this guy is not (from his blog, at least) an orthodox Christian (the only kind of Christian there is :)). Btw–you have a great blog going. Keep up the good work!

        • “devilblogger,” I beg to differ. I am an orthodox Christian in all the essentials. I am a Christian in the anabaptist tradition (Amish, Mennonite, etc – moreso Mennonite) for the most part.

          I believe that humans have a sinful nature.
          I believe in a Creator God.
          I believe that God loves humanity and doesn’t want any of us to perish.
          I believe that our sin undoes us and we need salvation.
          I believe that God offers salvation by grace, through faith in God’s son Jesus.
          I believe that Jesus is fully God and came to earth fully human, lived a perfect life, showing and teaching us how to live.
          I believe that Jesus was killed and raised from the dead.
          I believe in the Holy Spirit.
          I believe the bible is God’s revelation to humanity, and that it is as scripture for us, that it is useful for teaching, for edification and correction.
          I believe in repentance for our sins and trusting in Jesus and his Way he taught us.
          I believe in the teachings of Jesus.

          Where in ANY of that am I not orthodox on matters of Christian essentials?

          Where in ANY of that am I a “false teacher…” as brother Neil continues to misrepresent?

          I disagree with the traditional church understanding of marriage as it relates to our gay brothers and sisters. I disagree with Neil and many modern conservative Christians on traditional anabaptist positions (ie, living a simple life, opposition to war, loving and a few other points, I’m sure). But disagreeing over a few behaviors and/or positions does not make one a false teacher.

          On the other hand, slandering and misrepresenting and gossiping about fellow Christians is condemned clearly and strongly in the Bible. I would encourage you not to go down this road that Brother Neil has and that you would encourage Neil to repent for that sort of behavior, as such a contentious spirit is not of Christ.

          If you want to address where in my “confession” I’m non-orthodox, feel free to, but otherwise, I’d encourage you to be a bit more humble and respectful when you disagree with fellow Christians.

          In Christ,

          Dan

        • To address some false charges/clear up some false statements…

          He is a creepy false-teaching blog-stalker that literally wrote my pastor because I banned Dan after 400+ comments.

          1. I am not a false teacher. Biblically speaking, false teachers are people who are purposely deceptive, usually for financial or other gain. At worst, I am mistaken on some points. At best, I am a dedicated follower of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Neil is gossiping here (“rumor or report of a personal nature…” Merriam Webster), rumor-mongering and, since I’m not a false teacher, he is slandering. These are all sinful behaviors – obviously so – that Neil just can’t seem to give up.

          2. “creepy” is just childish name-calling. Not worthy of the name of Christ or even just the name of “adult.”

          3. Over several months, I DID write 400 comments, I’m sure. That is the only thing that Neil has ever stated about me that is correct. But I wrote over 400 comments (over months) because we were engaged in “conversation.” Conversation requires going back and forth to, well, converse. In Neil’s case, I wrote even more than normal because he kept getting basic facts or understanding wrong. He’d say, “So, you believe X? But that is horrible…” and I’d have to write back and clarify, “No, I do NOT believe X. I never said X and don’t believe it…” and on it would go. So, because Neil either purposely or ignorantly kept misstating my positions over several conversations over months, yes, I DID comment 400+ times.

          I would just call that “conversation” and don’t see anything wrong with it.

          4. Yes, I DID write his pastor. I was following the Biblical injunction to try to resolve a problem by taking the problem to others to work it out. In hindsight, given the nature of the blogosphere, it does strike me as misguided and I’ve said so to Neil. Still, it is the biblical model.

          Neil…

          He cited Matthew 18, which of course didn’t apply because I don’t view Dan as a brother and hadn’t sinned against him.

          5. That Neil does not “view” me as a brother does not change the fact that, as Christians, we ARE brothers. We are part of the family of God. It doesn’t matter if Neil gossips about me or slanders me or says I’m not a Christian or if he calls me the devil himself (beg your pardon), I STILL will be his brother because neither depth nor height nor things above or things below or Neil’s own protests can separate me from the love of God.

          6. Slander and gossip ARE sin. Brother Neil, I encourage you still to repent of it. It’s okay, we all make mistakes, I certainly do. The only serious sin is the absence of a grace-full, repentant heart. That leads to hard-heartedness and is not good for your soul, dear brother. I forgive you, just repent and make it right for yourself.

          Each time that Neil spreads these false reports, I feel obliged to offer the clarification so the facts can be know. Truth is a good thing, yes?

          In Christ,

          Dan

        • Oh, wait, I guess I ought to keep correcting/clarifying (feel free to remove if it’s too far removed from the topic…)

          Neil said…

          He is the worst kind of false teacher, posing as an otherwise-orthodox Christian who totally believes the Bible (er, uh, except the parts he doesn’t like)

          A. I’m not a false teacher, see above.

          B. I DO totally believe the Bible – rightly interpreted/understood. That is as it should be and I’m sure you all agree with that position. If someone “believes” the Bible and says, “And because I believe the Bible, I’m going to own slaves, because it is a biblically OK thing to do…” they are not rightly understanding the Bible.

          What Neil doesn’t seem to like is that I disagree not with the Bible, but with HIS understanding of the Bible. But Neil is not the final arbiter of what God’s will is or what the right understanding/interpretation of each line of the Bible. I’m answerable to God, not to Neil. As is true for all of us, right? There is nothing unorthodox or controversial about believing in the Bible, RIGHTLY understood. Agreed?

          C. When I disagree with NEIL’S OPINION about a passage, it isn’t because it’s a “part that I don’t like.” It’s because I don’t think Neil is rightly understanding a passage. It has nothing to do with “not liking” a passage, but not agreeing with an interpretation. MY SOLE DESIRE is to follow God, not Neil, not “the Baptists,” or “the Evangelicals” or anyone else, but to follow God. And I strive carefully and prayerfully to do so. Which is as it should be, correct?

          Neil…

          and says the word of God is inspired — but his god wasn’t capable of telling us which books belong in the Bible, so even though the texts are inspired we don’t know which ones are inspired!

          D. I believe ALL the Bible to be the inspired Word of God, God’s revelation to us, profitable for education and correction. On the other hand, I don’t believe the Bible is a magic book wherein we read it and magically have perfect understanding.

          E. What Neil is getting at, again, is that I disagree with HIS UNDERSTANDING/INTERPRETATION of some passages. I don’t find Neil to be inerrant. Sorry, my brother, I just don’t. But be of good cheer, I don’t find myself to be inerrant, either.

          Neil…

          he is effective at spreading his lies

          F. Be warned, brother, it is against sound biblical and rational thought to bear false witness. I have never lied in my conversations with Neil. I have ALWAYS presented the truth, as best as I understand it. It is possible, as always, that I could be MISTAKEN (as it is possible for any of us to be mistaken), but being mistaken is not the same as lying, and it is a bearing of false witness to spread that falsehood. IF you have evidence of a lie, then present it. Otherwise, dear brother, I encourage you (Neil) to repent of the false witness and apologize for misstating and you (bloggerdevil) to be wary of encouraging such behavior on your blog. I know you’re representing “the devil” (in satire) here, but still, in conversations like this, Neil is being contentious and slanderous and bearing false witness and that is not good for the body of Christ, for Neil or for just any of us.

          That should cover the clarifications/corrections.

          Thanks.

          Dan

  10. Thanks, Devilblogger! (Never thought I’d be writing something like that😉 )

    “an orthodox Christian (the only kind of Christian there is)”

    I love that line. I’ll be sending you a $0.05 royalty every time I use it.

  11. LOL. Sometimes I hate being right. Again, my apologies to Devilblogger that Dan found you through my site. One of the downside of the Internet is the mobility of trolls. Glad to see you have such good discernment and could see through him.

  12. I’m always glad to amuse, brother Neil.

    I would just ask anyone to look at the evidence in these short comments. Who has been open to conversation, polite, respectful, engaging and making comments in a Christian manner and who has been engaged in name-calling, slander, false witness and disrespect?

    Brother Neil, please, please, disagree with me if you wish, but do so respectfully if you wish to do so publicly or do so privately. This rancor and contentiousness is not a good example to set.

    Not that the random opinions and false charges of a brother hurt my feelings, but because I think they undermine the church of Christ and respectful engagement.

    In Christ.

  13. Dan, I didn’t read all your comments. I just noted that you commented, then saw your latest.

    I won’t litter dblogger’s site any more with responses to you, as I am a firm believer in starving trolls, not feeding them.

    People who actually read the Bible will know that calling out false teachers is a virtue, regardless of how slippery they are.

    Regardless of what you write anywhere and how many times you write it, here is my prebuttal: http://4simpsons.wordpress.com/2011/05/03/false-teacher-profile/

    It is all there, very thoroughly documented for anyone to see. Feel free to contact my pastor to complain.

    • From wikipedia, a definition of troll…

      In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.

      I do not fit the definition. Rather, I have politely offered an on-topic opinion. On the other hand, you have come here and offered off-topic ad hom attacks, engaging in personal name-calling and false claims, my brother. I ask you (and any reasonable readers): Who fits the definition of troll here?

      Dear Neil, I love you as a brother in Christ and pray that you would abandon this path you continue down.

  14. As to your “prebuttal,” since I have no option of commenting and defending myself from false and scurrilous charges (a rather cowardly-seeming attack, that), I’ll pass on reading through what I’m sure are just more of the same false charges. I’m sure reasonable folk can agree that is an apt response.

    Now, if you have something to say to me, brother, I’d ask that you do so, man to man, brother to brother, rather than “littering” this site with these repeated false and off-topic charges.

  15. Mr devil, I notice you’re holding conversations in the next post. Are you going to have a chance to addressing my open questions/comments?

  16. sdjkfhksdj Says:

    People of sun are dancing.
    Who is trying to wear like them?
    Why?
    Sometimes the war inside you because a reason outside you.
    Be a demon or be an angel ,its not the problem
    You have to know the road, its the problem.

  17. Obama is not a Christian. He does NOT believe Jesus is the way the truth or the life and that there is no other God but Him. Moreover, obama supports killing unborn children and eugenics as is clearly seen in his appointment of John Holdren a man who wrote books about forcing Americans to be sterilized, having abortions and who advocates government population control. Don’t be fooled by Can Obama can say Jesus is Lord? Or that he’s a sinner. Ask him. It’s not hard to seduce a crowd by saying you were on your knees. Big deal. Being on your knees and even praying doesn’t make you a Christian. The only time he’s on his knees is when he’s looking for a vote. Obama has a story for every crowd he appears to. He’s a true con man posing as an angel of light. Romney is no better. Romney think he’s going to be a god and live on a planet when he goes to heaven. Obama thinks he a god now on this planet. In a 2004 interview with Cathleen Falsani, Obama said, “I believe that there are many paths to the same place.” Obama also said, “All people of faith-Christians, Jews, Muslims, animists, everyone knows the same God.”

    But Jesus said in John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” Nowhere in the Bible is there a reference to Obama’s “many paths.” Obama’s father, grandfather and great grandfather were all muslim, this makes him a muslim in muslim religion. He is compromised. He should NOT be chief and commander of our military. And he’s most definately not a friend to Israel.

  18. Javon Johnston Says:

    Hey, Devil Blogger, When did you create this blog?

  19. Javon Johnston Says:

    Hey, Devilblogger! If your blog was created a long time ago, why are people just now posting comments on here?

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