Since his election to the Presidency of the United States, Barak Hussein Obama has been on a campaign to ingratiate himself to the Wahhabis, the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic hardliners. In doing so he is magically transforming them, in his mind at least, into "moderates." According to his logic, as long as Islamic expressions of jihad do not translate into bombing and beheading, their proponents should be considered "moderates".
For a long time, I have resisted using the terms “liberal” or “conservative” when it comes to both theology and politics. My experience has proven that those who identify themselves as theological liberals tend to also identify themselves as politically liberal and vice versa. My reasoning for skepticism in using the term “liberal” with theology is a deep conviction that either you are a true believer in the central doctrine that defines the Christian faith, or you are not.
The headline on the July 14, 2011, edition of the British paper, The Telegraph, heralded some very bad news for British Anglicans. It declared, “Aging Church of England 'will be dead in 20 years.'” They buttressed their argument in two ways:
n a press conference on Monday, President Obama, in the tone of an embattled president who is grasping for straws, continued taking his class warfare talking points to nonsensical levels while resorting to twisted and tortured logic in the process.