Perspectives on Rick Warren and Barack Obama

December 23, 2008 by Taylor Marshall  
Filed under Faith, Headlines, Politics

Rick Warren is losing respect from Evangelicals and Barack Obama is losing respect from the Left.

Recent headlines from Real Clear Politics:

Will the Warren Risk Be Worth It? – E.J. Dionne, Washington Post
The Saddling of Rick Warren – Debra Saunders, SF Chronicle
Warren is Obama’s Booker T. Washington – DeWayne Wickham, USA Today

               

Southern Baptist Leader Tells Faithful That Obama Supporters Act Out of Fear

September 12, 2008 by Alexandra Windsor  
Filed under Faith


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Not really. Because if that had happen we would have all heard about it by now. But here is what did happen at the 128th annual session of the National Baptist Convention, USA, where Michelle Obama delivered a speech on Tuesday:

By the time she took the stage, the floor of the Grand Ballroom at the Duke Energy Center downtown was literally bouncing. The energy continued throughout her speech.

“We are in these days witnessing the making of history,” said William J. Shaw, president of the National Baptist Convention, USA. “We do not call the senator and his wife Jesus, but in his candidacy, the hopes of generations are finding expression. And in that same candidacy, the fears of many are finding fresh life. But it is our prayer always, that hope overrides fear.

“When history is made you can say, “I was there.”

“Michelle Obama talks ‘faith and values’ at local convention,” Dayton Daily News.