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Kirbyjohn Caldwell, Pastor Who Officiated Jenna Bush’s Wedding And Gave Prayer At Bush’s Inauguration Endorses Barack HUSSEIN Obama

Posted by Job on June 27, 2008

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/06/27/politics/washingtonpost/main4214927.shtml

3 Responses to “Kirbyjohn Caldwell, Pastor Who Officiated Jenna Bush’s Wedding And Gave Prayer At Bush’s Inauguration Endorses Barack HUSSEIN Obama”

  1. Kirbyjon Caldwell (proper spelling of his name) is one you should read up on a bit more Job.

    Pulpit Pimp Kirbyjon Caldwell Comes Up Lame Against Abomination. To Enhance His Crush On Obama!

    Also some additional informative information in the comments there.

  2. I said “informative information”, HAHAHA!!!

  3. John said

    Kirbyjohn Caldwell removed a site expressing the love of Jesus in turning homosexuals away from their sin after he endorsed Obama and Gay groups complained. You can still view it through the miracle of archives. No pastor walking in the truth would throw one of the most important ministries today under the bus. All his reasons for supporting Obama were thin and superficial.

    Unfortunately, many large-church pastors are so used to pleasing everyone, they compromise the essentials of faith. Did Kirbyjohn ever confront Obama on issues of faith? Obama made it clear in quotes in the book “The Faith of Barrack Obama” that he finds much of the BIble too hard to believe and that rather than coming to Christ, what he did was “find validation for what I already believed”. That means he found at Trinity validation for his beliefs – his beliefs AGREE with Jeremiah Wright’s. From Frank Davis to Bill Ayres, to Khalidi and all the rest, Obama is a radical, and if he can get a weak pastor with large clout to support him and his pro-homosexual platform, he will say anything. What a disgrace to the ministry.

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