Struggle for Obama is a Religious Battle Over America's Soul

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Unless America Truly Reforms, Including Politically, We're Going Down

Why the grim struggle waged over an eminently forgettable, laughably amateurish poseur—Barack Obama, in all his tragic and self-deluded grandeur? Actually this raging battle is for stakes so much larger than what’s on the surface it’s difficult to fathom. You see, personalities aside, we are caught in a titanic struggle over the soul of of America—regarding our collective DNA—what we believe and who we are. Progressive forces are trying to birth into being a neo-pagan kingdom, with all that implies, symbolized by the Democrat National Convention dropping Israel and God from the party platform. Those on the right are struggling to balance the original outline of US colonial theory with ever present demands for modernization.

The ultimate war revolves around freedom and liberty—and whether our rights will be finally handed over to the godlike state. Or, if a revival of republicanism, patriotism, constitutional principals and faith can be fostered to create a new American century. The core of this war is located in religious convictions—biblical versus political pseudo-religion. What is at stake is absolutely colossal for our nation’s future and survival. The very nature of America’s religious model has come under sustained fire from humanism’s steely gaze. The culprit is a reborn paganism,  which cannot brook opposition or dissent.

The outcome will decide whether America retains belief in One, true God—or falls into rank apostasy. Further, Eric Voegelin would assert the underlying war is over modern mankind’s attempt to kill God -- deicide — in order to obscure the monstrous nature of his own sin.

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/50457

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