Barack Obama is not a Christian

Barack Obama is not a Christian. I’m not saying that he’s a Muslim, I’m simply saying that he belongs to the same religion as Caligula and many other tyrants of history — the religion of self. He adores himself, he loves his own power, he worships his reflection and makes his blood sacrifices on the altar of self obsession. This is his only faith. Some might say I’m out of line to tell another man that his public professions of faith are fraudulent. I can’t see inside his heart, granted, but I can see the evil he has done and draw my conclusions from there.

How could Obama be a Christian when there hasn’t been a world leader since Herod as interested in killing babies as he? Obama is such a fan of baby murder that he funnels millions of tax dollars to the abortion industry — more than any administration in history — and opposes any effort or any law of any kind that would prohibit any form of abortion or infanticide. How could he be a Christian when he’s so passionate about abortion that he attends Planned Parenthood fundraisers — the first sitting president in history to do so — and actually wishes for God to “bless” the wealthy abortionists in attendance? Between that and Nancy Pelosi calling late term abortion “sacred,” it’s clear that they worship something or someone, but it ain’t Jesus. They are, in fact, Satanists in the truest sense. Satanism is the worship of the self. Satanists don’t necessarily worship Satan, they worship what Satan worships, which is the self.

How could Obama be a Christian when he dedicates so much time and money to subduing and restraining the free expression of the Christian faith? No president before him, no matter how horrible, would have dreamed of doing what this man has done. He has positioned himself above the faith, and above the Constitution, decreeing that he alone may determine who qualifies as “religious” and who, therefore, is granted religious freedom. Think about that. Really think about it. Obama has claimed the power to “grant” religious liberty to those he deems worthy. This is something straight out of the ancient Roman Empire. You don’t have to agree with the Church’s teaching on birth control and abortifacients, but as an American patriot you must speak out against the notion that the adherents to Church doctrine should be required to provide these things, which they find mortally sinful, to the employees of their privately owned institutions. Obama has fabricated a new right — the right to free contraception — and positioned it above and beyond our first right — the right to religious expression. This is not something that a Christian would do. It’s not something that a man of any virtue or integrity would do.

Apologists have told me that Obama isn’t really “persecuting” Christians because he isn’t having them killed, he’s simply taking away some of their rights. Clearly this is the rationale of a henpecked, cowering, empty shell of an American citizen. As a secondary issue, it’s also totally inaccurate. Obama is directly funding the murder, imprisonment and torture of Christians. Let me say that again. Turn down the TV and read this part carefully. Obama is directly funding the murder, imprisonment and torture of Christians. The man is giving money and weaponry to millions of militants, in at least three countries, who have been actively working toward the eradication of the Christian religion in that region of the world. Christians in Egypt have been slaughtered, their churches burned, their villages raided, their women and children rape and killed, all by the Muslim Brotherhood forces that Obama champions. How many of the bullets that have shattered the skulls of Christians in Egypt were fired from guns given to the assailants by this administration, or purchased with the millions of dollars handed to them by our president? Some Christians have been able to escape, fleeing the country they’ve called home for 2,000 years, abandoning their ancestral home after Obama’s puppets chased them away under threat of death. Unfortunately, many of these refugees landed in Libya. There, hundreds have been arrested, AGAIN by Obama funded militants. The situation in Syria is even more dire. Followers of Christ have been the target of widespread destruction and mayhem. Rape, torture, arson, murder, this is the life of a Christian in Syria. This is not just a byproduct of the support and funding given to the persecutors, it is a matter of direct causation. These militants in Egypt, Syria and Libya have made their intentions know — through word and especially deed — yet it hasn’t caused our president to so much as flinch in his allegiance to them. While he goes to Africa to lecture about gay rights, thousands and thousands of Christian men, women and children are being slaughtered by Islamists he sustains with weapons he provides them.

I’ve never met a Christian who would hesitate to loudly and publicly disown the Westboro Baptist Church. I won’t hesitate either. They are vile, hateful, poisonous parasites and they do not, in any way, shape of form, represent the true faith. Of course, it’s easy to say that. It doesn’t take guts to condemn something that everybody despises. It’s like being anti-head lice or opposed to shin splints. I agree with your stance, but there’s no need to dwell on it. Now, there are wolves in the flock who have gained a following. They must be dealt with more urgently than the outcasts and outliers nobody likes or respects. Obama is a wolf. He’s a fake. He is a predator. He is not a Christian. He has positioned himself as an enemy of Christianity. I’m not giving him that label — he earned it. He wants it. He is it.

Barack Obama is not a Christian, and it’s incumbent upon all who are to make this known.

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37 Responses to Barack Obama is not a Christian

  1. Linda Farmer says:

    God bless you Matt Walsh for speaking the truth. I recently signed up for your blog, and have whole heartedly agreed with everything you also believe in. Thank you for speaking light into this dark world we are living in now.

  2. Lee Bratlie says:

    Very well said Matt.

  3. Mary says:

    Nor are you a Christian, Matt Walsh, or you would not be judging!! God will do the judging; it is not for you to do.

    • Freeman says:

      Mary, here’s a thought or two for consideration and I hope it helps you:

      Have you heard of “praying AGAINST the wicked” (Psalm 10:15, Psalm 109 and 140 – KJV)? if we can pray to God in this manner then can we not help one another by helping each other to see the the enemy and his attributes? Identifying and describing an individual is NOT judging. Exclaiming to the driver of the car in which you’re a passenger, “The light is red. Please stop!” and sharing the perception that someone is a “fake”, an enemy of God and a great danger to true Christians are only two conclusions that have been arrived at and in response to the obvious danger you had to let it be known. Period. (Is not a wicked person as obvious, to a true child of God, as a red light?)

      Keeping our mouths shut about what we believe to be true can be catastrophic for everyone involved. As children of God, we are set free by knowing the truth. If we keep the truth to ourselves, how are we helping others to be set free?

      There is a contradiction in your comment. I hope you share your realization of this by leaving a reply.

      Like I’ve said before, I hope this is beneficial to you. May God bless you with eyes to see and ears to hear better than the day before; after all it is a daily walk and we ALL have our obstacles to overcome.

    • He is not judging. He is stating the truth. Read his blog ‘Yes, Christians Should Judge’, along with his blog ‘Jesus Christ is not Mr. Rogers’ and please read the follwing article in the link below. Also, here’s the Merriam-Webster definition of judge: to form an opinion about through careful weighing of evidence and testing of premises , to hold as an opinion.

    • Jennifer says:

      One truth I am always amazed that so many overlook– one cannot call a person “judgmental” without judging them….If you point to a person and say, “You are judging me (or someone else…)” then you have just incriminated yourself!

      And it is a ridiculous standard to hold to…. the bible doesn’t say we are not to judge…. it does say we are to judge rightly and that if we judge others that we will have the same standard held to measure up to, but no where does it say we are to approve of all men’s actions.

    • Monte Harmon says:

      I’ve never heard it suggested that someone who judges, or who judges falsely, is thereby excluded from God’s Kingdom. By this reasoning Mary, you would not be a Christian either, as you have judged Matt and by your own words “…it is not for you to do.” However – Praise God, you are wrong, and you may very well be a Christian since God is merciful to save even those who don’t agree with each other on tertiary issues!

      As to Matt’s actual post, he is correct that Obama’s words and actions are uniformly those of one who hates the God of the Bible. Whether we have any say in his future redemption is not the point. The point is that he either hates God, or suffers from a mental illness so extreme that he nearly always says and does exactly the opposite of what he believes and desires to do. (To be sure, I’m not sure there is a difference between the hate and the mental illness as described, but that would be nicking at pits. The illness concept sounds much like Paul in Romans 7.)

      Christians both individually and as a corporate body should be praying for God to be merciful to us (which he already is), to give us better leaders (rulers) than we deserve (which actually is already the case), and most of all to give us leaders who will glorify Him, instead of themselves.

  4. ArwenB says:

    I beg to differ, Mary. Christians are to exercise discernment and remove from among us those who sin without repenting, until such time as they abandon their sin and turn to God. Jesus Himself said that you shall know them by their fruit, and Obama’s fruit is rotten indeed.

    It is true that God will judge. He will judge at the last and as part of that judgement He will assign every human to their eternal fate.

  5. Tina says:

    I don’t believe Matt is being judgmental either. He said, “I can’t see inside his heart, granted, but I can see the evil he has done and draw my conclusions from there.”
    Sounds fair enough to me.

  6. Mr. G says:

    Thanks Matt – once again you have articulated what many of us see. @Mary – listen to ArwenB, judgment and discernment are two different things. I have been round and round with people about this. Anytime we point out evil we are decried as being judgmental. Do we not have brains that enable us to think? Can we not call something wrong or evil if it isn’t so? Then we are simply “enablers” of everyone else’s errant behavior. If I’m okay and you’re okay then why did Jesus have to sacrifice himself for us? We are living in the times described in Romans 1-2 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Romans%201-2&version=NIV

  7. Kathy Walker says:

    Thank you, Matt Walsh, for putting exactly the right spin on WHY Obama cannot call himself a Christian! I’m so happy to have you put MY feelings into precise wording I can use the next time I am challenged by a ‘libtard’!

  8. Sad. This article is why Christians are hated. Sinners gravitated to Jesus. People will not be led into his presence by bitter diatribes and slander. Just by love. Your hatred of Obama is acidic and toxic because it attacks him and not his decisions. You indicate that you can discern from bad decisions the intent of his heart. I was selfish today. Maybe I’m not a Christian either.

    • Monte Harmon says:

      See below since you posted twice with two different last names. What’s up with that anyway? Does saying it twice with two different last names make it twice as true? Does that make saying it once only half true?

  9. Sad. This is why Christians are hated. Bitter diatribes and slander do not bring people into his presence. Sinners gravitated to Jesus. Love compels. This is hateful and does not address the president’s decisions, but who he is as a human being. You believe you have the ability to discern the intent behind his decisions. And you do so in a sarcastic and hateful way that does not appear loving. Truth without love is nothing.

    • G Freeman Shepherd says:

      “This is why Christians are hated.”
      Jesus was hated first.

      • This is not a bitter diatribe. It’s the truth. Matt is angry. Rightfully so. Obama is not acting the way a Christian should act according to the Bible. Matt is simply discerning. I don’t believe Matt hates Obama, he hates what Obama is doing. There’s a difference. We are to hate what is evil.

        “Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good.” Romans 12:9

        I think that that’s what Matt is doing in the above article.

        “If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated Me first. 19 If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you. ” John 15:18

    • Veronica says:

      Couldn’t agree more

    • Monte Harmon says:

      Love without truth is not really love. Christ said many things that would be considered harsh by your standard, but He always spoke Truth. Love without Truth is a misnomer, as true love cannot abide untruth.

      Slander must be shown to be false statements or it is not slander, and you have not demonstrated that Matt spoke falsely. Most of the prophetic books are lengthy diatribes, and they contain much satire and many statements that sound far more hateful than Matt does.

      As for your statement that Christians are hated, scripture tells us that we will be hated when we identify with Christ, so saying that Christians are hated neither proves that we are doing God’s will or that we are not. However, Christians who are not hated by anyone should be wondering why they are not hated by those who hate Christ.

  10. hollylooya says:

    After the Trayvon verdict, Obama said, “Those of us in authority….”. A couple of days later, Dr. Ben Carson said, “Those of us in positions of leadership.” Obama’s quote (above) proves your point. He is all about self, and power.

  11. Glen says:

    I want to hear the biblical passage that bans abortion.

    Aborting zygotes and a fetus is that killing kids? No and never has had.

    If you misscarry do you have a funeral in your church?

    No. Never. Never happened.

    Proof positive you are talking shit.

    Proof of life at conception? Nope.

    • “Now choose life, so that you and your children may live” Deuteronomy 30:19

      The Bible and abortion (read the whole article, please.):
      http://www.gotquestions.org/abortion-Bible.html

      Fetus is Latin for ‘small child’. So, yes, aborting fetuses IS killing small children.

      Zygote: a cell formed by the union of two gametes; broadly : the developing individual produced from such a cell -Merriam-Webster Online

      Gamete: a mature male or female germ cell usually possessing a haploid chromosome set and capable of initiating formation of a new diploid individual by fusion with a gamete of the opposite sex (in other words, an egg cell and sperm cell) -Merriam-Webster Online

      So a zygote is simply a stage in human life.

      According to this list of scientists, life begins at conception:
      http://www.princeton.edu/~prolife/articles/embryoquotes2.html

      Do you have proof of there never being any funerals due to miscarriages? Or are you just speculating? And so what if there has or has not been any miscarriage funerals?

      So, no, Matt is not full of sh**. Thanks. 🙂

      • Excellent message, Jess.

        Glenn … Matt has judged no one. We are warned to be aware of those in sheep’s clothing & are told we will know them by their fruits & every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Obama has shown the world that his tree has produced nothing but bad fruit. No judging needed, just observation.

        As for scriptures concerning an infant … There are many, but let’s just take this one. Luke 1:41-44 (NKJV) 41 And it happened, when Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, that the babe leaped in her womb; and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. 42 Then she spoke out with a loud voice and said, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb! 43 But why is this granted to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? 44 For indeed, as soon as the voice of your greeting sounded in my ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.”

        To a non believing heathen the words above mean nothing, to those of us who are Christians … they remind us there is a higher power & a higher Judge than those who sit on a man made court. There will come a day everyone will stand before the one true Judge. That’s all that matters to we who are Christians.

    • Jennifer says:

      Looks like you received plenty of good answers to this…. Jess LeAnne Bear hit the nail on the head… but though I would let you know… yes, there are funerals for miscarried babies…. they are memorial services often held two to three times a year. I was extremely thankful for the service and burial of my 3rd miscarried baby, as it gave me great peace… with my 4th miscarriage, I buried the baby in my flower garden, and we had a private service for the family. In case you are wondering, I was only 6wks along when each baby died… not very far along at all…… but those “funeral” services were precious to me.

    • Monte Harmon says:

      Your language suggests that Biblical texts means nothing to you anyway, so your purpose in posting appears to be trolling. And you are the only one talking trash, and I mean both content and form.

      For others reading this, we have buried both our miscarried babies, and look forward to meeting both of them in Heaven. We consider them to be our 2nd and 3rd out of 4.

      And as for proof of life at conception, unless one thinks a zygote is a rock, helium, or pure water, this is either ignorance or simple God-hating willful refusal to accept reality. I don’t think I have even heard or seen a life sciences authority suggest such an absurdity, regardless of their view on evolution or abortion.

      Is a zygote or fetus viable? Somewhat less than those of us who only need air to breath, water to drink, calories to burn, nutrients to function, shelter to protect, and so forth. The viability argument is a total farce. When your body is failing due to old age or disease, you are fighting to survive a harsh environment, you are struggling to live after an accident, or are dying while being murdered, you are still alive, and you are still made in God’s image and worth providing for and protecting, in whatever way needed.

      If a person cannot get their head around this then they have no basis to argue against the idea that the strongest among us (i.e. the “fittest”) are the most viable and that the rest of us, being less viable, are expendable, even worthless.

      How anyone who identifies with Christ can see the unborn, handicapped, injured, elderly, or any one human in any other way totally mystifies me. Can anyone actually imagine Christ saying “It’s ok, they aren’t fully human, it’s your choice!” This is a sub-Christian view, and the church will someday regret that it has tolerated and even endorsed such hatred for God’s image.

      As Glen clearly does not identify with Christ this is not written for him, but I would challenge all Christians who do not see this clearly to consider how this is a sin against God himself and as such should at the very least be unacceptable for Christians.

  12. Troy says:

    1 there is no proof that one is a Christian EXCEPT by their behaviors based on JESUS’ teachings. Not the bible’s.
    2 the big picture: “Christians” have been responsible for far more murders and displacements of people than any of us can imagine throughout human history. Therefore, they were not Christians either.
    3 approaching topics and judging others based on our own biased beliefs (religions) is putting ourselves into an authority position. There are many religions, and I don’t put my beliefs above others’. I just hope I’m not imprisoned one day for not worshipping a god others think I should as would have happened in past times.

    • Monte Harmon says:

      1 The Bible IS Jesus’ teaching. To deny this is to deny both Christ and the Bible. They go together or both must be denied as they both attest to the others nature and meaning.

      2 Christians have killed wrongly. Rarely has it been directly resulting from their belief in the God of the Bible, and when it has, they were likely wrong. Others have killed, and in much, much larger numbers, directly because of their belief or hatred for all religion (disregarding the religious nature of such hatred). While worth further discussion and criticism, at least state the whole context before condemning something publicly. If you think you are dealing in facts, at least deal with all of them you know, even the ones that don’t support your position. To do otherwise undermines your position as it shows an inherent dishonesty concerning the facts.

      3 God has the right to judge all men based on His own knowledge and will. While there are many religions there is only one God, and His denial of all others is clear and unqualified. I also hope you are not imprisoned one day for not worshiping Him, but as He has declared His eternal will for those who hate Him, you must repent of your sins, just like anyone else, or He will imprison you as all others that hate Him.

  13. Christa says:

    Luke (a doctor) used the same word for an unborn and a born child. Just one example of children being considered human from inside the womb.
    The Bible also says you will be known by your fruits. How exactly is Obama showing the fruits of the spirit? He isn’t! Christians are told to judge rightly. While we cannot know anyone’s heart, we can see the fruit the exhibit and make a judgment according to that.

  14. Paul says:

    Wow…this is complete and utter bullshit. I’ve worked in a conservative megachurch since 1998, and not only are they NOT under attack from the Obama administration, they blatantly engage in partisan political activity in direct violation of the IRS, and if they’ve ever come CLOSE to being audited, I’ve sure never heard of it.

    • Monte Harmon says:

      If you have worked for a conservative church organization why is your language pervasively perverse whenever I see your posts? Do you think that this form of heckling would ever persuade someone to think as you do?

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  16. Paul says:

    Anybody who believes that there’s any historical comparison between Obama and Caligula probably shouldn’t be homeschooling their kids.

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