Wright was a pastor. If he introduced Christ to Obama, even if their understanding of Christ might be different from mine, I cannot call it controversial.
That's just odd logic, without even adding in all we know about Wright, what you write is just odd logic.
Of course what he introduced Obama too is different than 90% of everything else that in and of itself makes it controversial.
posted on 10/02/2012 7:05:02 PM PDT
“Of course what he introduced Obama too is different than 90% of everything else that in and of itself makes it controversial.”
We’re running a freaking Mormon who believes that some guy found gold plates, which probably weighed something like 600 pounds if they existed, with the Book of Mormon on it written in Reformed Egyptian which he translated out of his hat.
I don’t think the “different Jesus” angle is going to work out here.
How is it odd logic? I don't understand or approve many other Christian denominations either, so if they want to believe something strange, it's between them and God.
I don't like Wright or Obama. But, to make such quotes controversial is a bit of stretch.
posted on 10/02/2012 7:29:41 PM PDT
(Post-racial society: When we can legitimately hire and fire a Black man without feeling guilty.)
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