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|Conservative blogger warns of God's wrath over Obama marriage stance|
|Written by Ryan Watkins|
|Tuesday, 15 May 2012 14:11|
Joseph Farah, the mustache-wielding, right-wing blogger, issued a warning to his readers, saying that the United States will feel God's wrath over President Obama's political position on same-sex marriage.
Farah, publisher of the conservative website World Net Daily, writes:
Obama and the other champions of this perversion are arrogantly defying an institution literally defined by God in the Garden of Eden and affirmed by His Son Jesus during His earthly ministry. So anyone claiming to be a Bible-believing Christian who rejects that definition has some serious soul-searching to do – not to mention some exegetic rationalization.
Odd that he would invoke Adam and Eve, since they were never married in the Bible. Anyway...
There will be serious consequences for America as a result of this growing apostasy. I believe we are already feeling them. It’s praiseworthy that voters in 32 out of 32 states have rejected this invention of the pseudo-intellectual cultural elite. But, it will take more than that to prevent God’s wrath on a nation flirting with arrogant, defiant rejection of one of God’s most sacred injunctions.
As a man claiming to be America’s leader, Obama has cursed us all. In fact, he himself represents one of those judgments that, I believe, is already upon us as a nation.
The remarks are reminiscent of the late Rev. Jerry Falwell, who made headlines on Sept. 13, 2001, after he said gays and lesbians, among other groups, were partly responsible for the attacks on 9/11.
“I really believe that the pagans and the abortionists and the feminists and the gays and the lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, People for the American Way, all of them, who tried to secularize America, I point the finger in their face and say, 'you helped this happen,'” Falwell said on Pat Robertson's The 700 Club.
Falwell took a lot of heat for the remarks and issued an apology one day later. Let's hope Farah gets his heat and we get our apology, too.
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