Rick Warren’s prayer at the inauguration was unapologetic, prophetic and completely, Christian. He remarked that “history is your story”, in reference to God’s sovereignty. Bravo RW.
… you receive a request to do an interview on the influence that Kansas, and our deep religious heritage, holds over the upcoming presidential election? I’m not sure if the interviewers fully understand the electoral college. Come to think of it, I’m not sure that I do. Unfortunately, I was leaving Wichita for New Orleans the day that Ms. Tove ____ was in town for the interview.
The PBS newsmagazine NOW was recently in Wichita and interviewed a variety of people from Central Christian Church, Immanuel Baptist, and Westlink. There are some friends of the Wheatland Mission that you can see toward the end of the piece.
Also, I have attached a link to a Pew Charitable Trust study on “young white evangelicals”. It is interesting to see what they (you) are thinking. In case your wondering, I don’t fit their category of “young white evangelical”. Two of the descriptors fit me but one doesn’t.
Throughout the web, and many e-mail forwards, there has been a lot of discussion about Barak Obama’s faith. Some of these forwards and posts can only be described as mean spirited and others are simply ill informed. The link below is an interview with Obama published in Christianity Today. This is an opportunity to let him speak for himself.
Here is a link to Snopes which debunks some of the rumors of Obama’s Islamic faith.
HT: Brad M.
What do you hear about the faith of some of the other candidates?