President Obama speaks to the public on the average once every 11 hours, 24 hours per day…at many places and in many venues.
At Georgetown University during the week of April 12, 2009, amidst all of the flags and presidential seals, there was something missing when President Obama gave an economic speech at Gaston Hall on the University campus — Jesus.
The White House asked Georgetown to cover a monogram symbolizing Jesus’ name . The gold “IHS” monogram inscribed on a pediment in the hall behind him as he spoke was covered over by a piece of black-painted plywood.
Asked why this had occurred, the White House offered two lame excuses: first, that the monogram distorted the imagery on the teleprompter in front of Obama; and secondly, Obama never allows any acknowledgement of sponsors of his interviews or speeches to be seen in the background.
On the first excuse – no proof was provided that such reflections did indeed occur on the teleprompter. The second excuse was an outright lie since, as shown below
But when he speaks in front of audiences where Christian symbols are a part of the environment – he insists that they be removed. What does this say about Obama and his religious background?
First, it is unlikely that he was really baptized as a Christian by Reverend Wright…and if so, it was probably under duress…
Usually, the Muslim world, and in particular those who deride the West and Israel, consider Christians “infidels”…Why have we not heard that word from Islamic mouths about Obama?
Obama’s actions at Georgetown University show quite clearly that he is not confessing Christ before men and therefore we can rely on what Jesus personally said in Matthew 10:33:
“…Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men him shall I confess also before my Father which is in heaven. But whosever shall deny me before men him will I also deny before my father which is in heaven.”
While we cannot truly determine what might be in Obama’s heart on this subject, we can certainly see by his actions on this and other subjects(same sex marriage, homosexuals in the military, abortion, etc.) that his beliefs likely do not lie in the Christian bible.