The Gospel According To Barack Obama
Does anyone remember when Donald Trump said something about “Two Corinthians?”
The usual phony Christian conservatives along with their constituents in the main-stream media immediately jumped on Trump’s misstep in not calling the Biblical book by it’s ‘proper’ name. HERE are a few links in response to Trump’s minor error.
When Barack Obama was hogging the show at the memorial service for the five murdered Dallas cops he said this:
“I see how easily we slip back into our old notions, because they’re comfortable, we’re used to them. I’ve seen how inadequate words can be in bringing about lasting change. I’ve seen how inadequate my own words have been. And so, I’m reminded of a passage in John’s Gospel, “let us love, not with words or speech, but with actions and in truth.”
Now, I don’t mean to nit-pick at the Bible scholar Barack. But that passage isn’t in the Gospel of John. The passage is in the first epistle of John, Ch. 3 vs. 18, a completely different book. Same author, different book. John’s epistles are way towards the end of the New Testament. The Gospel of John is the fourth book in the New Testament.
My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth.
I suspect you won’t even hear about that in the major media. After all he is Barack Hussein Obama. Heck, Dreams From My Father will probably end up as a book in the Bible eventually. After all, isn’t Barack a god?