Because No Christian Prays Obama Wins…

October 11, 2008 at 2:43 pm | Posted in American politics | 6 Comments

Pastor Arnold Conrad prayed:

I would also pray, Lord, that your reputation is involved in all that happens between now and November, because there are millions of people around this world praying to their god — whether it’s Hindu, Buddha, Allah — that his opponent wins, for a variety of reasons. And Lord, I pray that you will guard your own reputation, because they’re going to think that their god is bigger than you, if that happens. So I pray that you will step forward and honor your own name with all that happens between now and election day.

What the [bleep] is wrong with these people? Secondly, why would Mormons even consider themselves in the same league as these [bleep]. Yes, I am furious at conservatives and their stupidity.

And look at the arrogance of the prayer, staking the reputation of God Almighty to a McCain win in November. I wonder, what is this pastor going to do when McCain loses in November. Is he going to question God? What if it is God’s will that Obama wins?

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  1. What if it is God’s will that Obama wins?

    I’m not sure God has a stake in anybody winning an election down here. Regardless of who wins, the plan of salvation rolls on, while each of us responds to the tests presented to us under the current conditions, which responses will be eventually judged for good or evil by our Lord and Savior at some date in the future.

    Hopefully, pastor Conrad will figure it out someday.

  2. well said, mark

  3. We always chastize the Jews at the time of Christ for looking for a Savior who is mighty politically or militarily. Yet too many Americans are making the same mistake. We think salvation will come through Obama or McCain. We’ll end up just as disillusioned and disappointed as they were.

  4. I know, that happened to me with Clinton.

  5. Dave W.,

    That was the best thing I’ve read on this blog.

  6. Eh, it was okay. 😉


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