Tuesday, May 4, 2010


From Franklin Graham, the son of Billy, who recently made news by being disinvited from a National Day of Prayer event at the Pentagon because of his past comments against Islam, that it was a "very evil and wicked religion," said in an interview with Newsmax Television that people in the Obama administration "are very much opposed to what we stand for and what we believe."

"I'm being restricted from my religious rights, and from what I believe," Graham warned, as he complained of a growing “secularization” in the government.

Uh, yeah right.

Graham, an American citizen, just freely expressed his beliefs on a news outlet and millions got to hear him, and he wasn't stopped in any way. The Pentagon simply decided that his previous anti-Muslim comments made his appearance at the prayer breakfast "inappropriate."

In the interview he expanded his view of Islam to say, "I don't believe Muhammad can lead anybody to God," Graham said. "I love Muslim people and I care for them very much and I want Muslims everywhere to know what I know -- that Jesus Christ died for their sins."

Graham also believes that there is a coming persecution of people who believe in Jesus.

The central tenet in American Christianism is the belief that Christians are a persecuted group. Therefore, anything anyone ever says to criticize Christianity is proof that believers are victims. It's certainly not true, but you would think that after all these years of suffering at the hands of the secularists who lead this great country they would actually understand how it feels when they are told their religion is very evil and wicked. Too bad their compassion only goes one way.

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