Tuesday, December 16, 2008

George Bush is actually an Emergent

It a strange move, but not an unexpected one George Bush shows his true colors by agreeing with the Emergent Church and every Liberal "Christian". I am glad he is now officially in their camp and no longer considered a true Evangelical. He now has more in common with the liberal Agnostics then he does with Bible-believing Christians. The question is Will they claim him as their own? Even if his theology is on par, they still might ostracize him, which truly runs contrary to Post Modern thinking.


The CNN story is here


Thomas Rasmussen said...
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Andy said...

I feel privileged Didymus. The issue though is that now what will the Matthew 25 network do because W. has more in common with their Theology now than Obama. Seems to be a bit of a dilemma if you ask me.

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anythingbutlukewarm said...

Considering most emergents simply can't take a firm stand on anything because they waffle back and forth not ever able to anchor their beliefs against any sort of cultural opposition - then I think the comparision to W. is spot on. The emergents I know love to argue and go off on the most entertaining tangents- they just argue about meaningless things as a way to avoid the inevitable conclusion that they do not align with Orthodox Christianity and that their beliefs mirror that of liberals and pagans. I think it is sweet that they take a liking to our Christian terminology, though. I guess they just haven't been able to construct enough hip words on their own.

The Matthew 25 Network was a great political marketing gimmick -to pacify poser Christian from sinking their teeth into the reality that they supported Planned Parenthood's puppet. Sadly, it is all too easy to decieve people who don't trust in what the Bible says or have a measure for absolute truth.