Like many people today, Obama is a smorgasbordeist. He believes in God (giving him the benefit of the doubt there) but beyond that, he selects those portions of the faith that are agreeable to him and rejects those that don’t suit. The Christian belief that homosexuality is an abomination, or the idea that killing unborn babies is murder -— these are off his plate.
Cafeteria style Christianity.
Since Jesus especially loves little children, I would expect the Anti-Christ to be in favor of unrestricted abortion.
From this interview:
Obama also has been more aggressive in framing his pro-abortion position previously than he was on Sunday. When he was in the Illinois Senate, for example, he repeatedly opposed a bill that would have defined as a “person” a baby who had survived an induced-labor abortion and was born alive.
In a 2001 Illinois Senate floor speech about that bill, he argued that to call a baby who survived an abortion a “person” would give it equal protection rights under the 14th Amendment and would give credibility to the argument that the same child inside its mother’s womb was also a “person” and thus could not be aborted.
When the Illinois Senate bill was amended to make it identical to a federal law that included language to protect Roe v. Wade—and that the U.S. Senate voted unanimously to pass—Obama still opposed the bill, voting it down in the Illinois Senate committee he chaired.
Yet, in Ohio on Sunday, Obama depicted abortion as a tragedy to be avoided, while being kept legal.
“On the issue of abortion, that is always a tragic and painful issue,” he said. “I think it is always tragic, and we should prevent it as much as possible .... But I think that the bottom line is that in the end, I think women, in consultation with their pastors, and their doctors, and their family, are in a better position to make these decisions than some bureaucrat in Washington. That’s my view. Again, I respect people who may disagree, but I certainly don’t think it makes me less Christian. Okay.”