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Saturday, February 7, 2009


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

“To lead the office, Obama appointed Joshua DuBois, a 26-year-old Pentecostal minister who headed religious outreach for Obama's Senate office and his presidential campaign” per AP.

What does that mean?

Is this one more B. Hussein game of using conservative tabs to manipulate liberal agendas? Time will tell.

A Pentecost minister. Religious outreach programming. Obama’s Senate office and presidential bid.

Put all those elements together and what do you have? Only God knows.

What has this young Pentecostal pastor been up to for months and years if so close to B. Hussein and the latter still endorsing theologically liberal programs? What influence then has this Pentecostal had on B. Hussein.

Is this Pentecostal man truly conservative biblically? Is he a traditional biblical Pentecostal? If so, why has B. Hussein got by with so much anti-Bible programs?

The questions keep pouring out of a thinking head.

Yet Frnak Page, past president of the Southern
Baptist Convention, has reviewed B. Hussein Obama’s plans regarding tax-funded religious groups hiring policies. He says he’s encouraged.

Page informed the media that he believes religious groups “will be able to make hiring decisions based on faith.”

Page is joined by 25 spiritual and secular spokespersons listed to a “new advisory board for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.”

B. Hussein also has requested attorneys and the Justice Department to formulate policy concerning hiring by tax-funded religious entities.

Questions still remain? And they should.