Baldwin/McCullough Radio: Obama's Jesus didn't die for him?

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ON BALDWIN/McCULLOUGH RADIO: President Obama's weekly radio address sought to be an ecumenical treatise calling out to the brotherhood of all mankind. Vastly underplaying his self-defined "christianity," President Obama put an emphasis on the purpose of this weekend as being one of communal or group focus. This has rattled Baldwin's cage for several hours now. In addition, KMC's "Good Friday" experience was largely composed of being told that humanity had merely "wandered out from under the umbrella of God's authority" and what seemed implied was that if mankind just realized that we were already good and beautiful then we wouldn't make the death of Jesus on the cross the focus of our life... or something. Is this what the passion week has come to? Your thoughts: 800.345.9622.

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