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Thursday, July 8, 2010

Seperation of Church and State: Obama Style



Rather than letting the radical and violent segment of one of the world's major religions wallow in it's own dysfunction which after awhile would hopefully lead to critical self-examination, the Obama administration, according to George Neumayr's article in today's American Spectator, seems intent on playing nice-nice with it....

"..once safely ensconced in the presidency, he (Obama) renewed his Islamophilia. Last year in Cairo, he tried to wow his audience by saying that he hails from "generations of Muslims" and that he had marinated for "several years" in Islamic Indonesia, where he "heard the call of the azaan at the break of dawn and at the fall of dusk."

By secularist standards, Obama's Islamophilia constitutes a blatant violation of Church and state. His presidency largely exists for the benefit of one religion, the only religion he appears to consider blameless and holy -- Islam, and not even its moderate variant...

..Under Obama, America undercuts moderate Muslims while pandering to violent ones. We've seen during Obama's presidency self-identified Muslim terrorists shoot up a military base, try to blow up a plane over Detroit on the day of Jesus Christ's birth, and attempt to bomb tourists in Times Square. Yet U.S. attorney general Eric Holder refuses to identify radical Islam as a motive for terrorism and Obama security adviser John Brennan says jihad is a concept of self-improvement that Dr. Phil could endorse -- "a legitimate tenet of Islam, meaning to purify oneself or one's community."

The Islamophilia of the Obama administration at this point is well beyond the parodies of The Onion. This week NASA administrator Charles Bolden announced that the space program has adopted a new mission -- to serve as a self-esteem project for global Islam. He informed a reporter with Al Jazeera that when he took the NASA job Obama made it clear to him that "perhaps foremost he wanted to find a way to reach out to the Muslim world and engage much more with dominantly Muslim nations to help them feel good about their historic contribution to science ... and math and engineering.""

And just where is the selective outrage from Americans United For the Seperation of Church and State on this one? Could you image the hand-wringing if instead, NASA was reaching out to the Lutheran church and trying to reinforce their self-esteem due to the contributions of Johannes Kepler? Sure the Muslim world helped contribute to math such as Al-Khwarizmi (above) who is credited with coming up with algebra, but that was over 1100 years ago and over the course of history, real science did not develop in the Muslim world. Why? Because of their worldview as based upon their religion. I've cited this a couple of times in the past and the writings of Dr D. James Kennedy and Jerry Newcombe are proven to be correct yet again. From their book What If Jesus Had Never Been Born? we read...

""Nor could modern science ever have come into existance among the Arabs, because of the Muslim religion. The writings of Aristotle, when lost to the Western world from about A.D. 500 to A.D. 1100, were kept by the Arabs of North Africa and finally reintroduced into Europe in the 1100's and 1200's. Aristotle-unlike Plato-had a philosophy that would lend itself to the scientific type of study because it was more inductive than Plato's deductive kind of reasoning. Plato would get an ideal and deduce all manner of things from it. Aristotle would tend to look at the particulars and induce principles from them. Because of the Aristotelian thought they had access to, the Arabs-including Nestorian Christians-generally made greater scientific and mathematical advances than the Europeans during the Middle Ages.

But during all of that time the Arabs never introduced nor created any real science. Why? Because of their religion. Because of the fatalism that dominates the Muslim religion. Since everything is fatalistically determined, obviously there is no point in trying to manipulate the natural world to change anything, because all things are unchangeable."

Also mentioned in the Spectator article is an account concerning "a scholar in the early 1980s seeking funds to promote moderate Islam who got rejected by a Ford Foundation employee." And who was the employee that rejected the request for funds to promote moderate Islam? Stanley Ann Dunham, the Obama-mama herself. Go figure.



UPDATE: Although it was just an assumption on my behalf, it turned out to be a correct one. A cursory check of Americans United for the Seperation of Church and State's website (www.au.org) reveals they are (predictably) trying to sic the Internal Revenue Service on a South Dakota church for endorsing a gubenatorial candidate among other things. But there's nary a word against the Obama/NASA/Islamic contraversy.





14 comments:

SPN Headines said...

Obama's new NASA Czar says we will land on the Sun - shocking deets are at:

http://spnheadlines.blogspot.com/2010/07/new-czar-ali-baba-says-nasa-will-land.html

Peace! :-)

JD Curtis said...

Oy vay.

Froggie said...

S-E-P-A-R-A-T-E not seperate.

Just pointing out the typo.

Froggie said...
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Froggie said...

JD,
Since you do not posess the wherewithal to link present events with histry, I will explain to you that all countries must try to include Muslim countries in modern science. This is one way that we may draw them out of their "dark Age" mentality.
Remember, the Christian Church went through a sad time which ended with the reformation.
We have to do whatever we can to bring about an Islamic reformation.

His claim that BO is reaching out to the radicals is not true.

He also notes certain events that happened during the BO administraion but events also happened through Carter/ Clinton and Bush administrations. The article is extremely biased and histrionoc.

Froggie said...

histrionic

Gregg said...

There is no doubt in my mind that Obama is a dangerous man. He is only one man and only a man. God raised him to this position for a reason that only in his infinite and sovereign wisdom knows. But Obama is on a very short rope like any other world leader and private citizen.

We as American's have either never learned or forgotten that America is not the center of the world nor God's plans. Israel, true spiritual Israel is the apple of God's eye and the center of his sovereignty and history.

God blessed both Isaac and Ishmael and said he would make great nations of them both. However, Isaac received the greater blessing and the promise. God reiterated the promise when he said Jacob He loved and Esau he hated.

There will be a great war and conflict before God brings history to and end as we know it. But Isaac will prevail. Ishmael will be defeated.

This is a religious war over the land of Israel and the supremacy over nations. It will get worse before it gets better.

I hope we have as a nation enough snese to put Obama and his like out of office come 2012.

Jquip said...

Froggie: "I will explain to you that all countries must try to include Muslim countries in modern science."

Not a soul can exclude them from science. Nor is science a garlic clove to cultural inertia.

JD Curtis said...

Agreed JQP,

Froggie?.... Sigh

Osama bin Laden studied at Oxford...

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed had a degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina A & T..

A degree in Economics did not prevent Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh from abducting and beheading reporter Daniel Pearl...

"Suspected al Qaeda scientist Affia Siddiqui, is a Pakistani who studied microbiology at MIT and did graduate work in neurology at Brandeis....'

Christmas Day would be bomber Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab was an engineering student...

A total of seven doctors/medical students were arrested in the London/Glasgow bombings...

When exactly does one wake the heck up and start connecting the dots instead of making excuses?

photogr said...

So where does this take us? That intelligent people can be supposedly brain washed into a radical ideaology?

Froggie said...

As long as people interpret the problems in the mideast by using an ancient book of myths, yes the situation will deteriorate.

The insanity of using supposed bible prophecy to unravel present day problems is right up there with using a Ouija Board.

JD Curtis said...

Froggie...

Would you mind creating a template/disclaimer for you to use in the beginning of all of your posts that reads... "What you are about to read was written by someone who doesnt know what the hell he's talking about." or similar?

You could use it pretty consistently in my view.

Has the History Dept. at James Madison U. gotten back to you yet?

Froggie said...

JD,
Why don't you post a disclaimer:
"Non Fundamentalist Christians not welcome."
?

JD Curtis said...

Because that would be untrue. Numerous skeptics comment here, including yourself.