"The foundation of our society and our government rests so much on the teaching of the Bible that it would be difficult to support them if faith in these teachings would cease to be practically universal in our country." ~ Calvin Coolidge

This was the thinking of our highest elected official in the late 1920's. Contrast that with the thinking of our government officials today. They can say this country wasn't built on Christian morals and ethics if they want to, but I think it's obvious that the reason we are the greatest country in the world is because of our Christian heritage. God blesses those who love, honor and obey him. 
I've always heard it said "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" and yet here we are trying to "fix" what ain't broke! The very things that made us great are being disposed of in the name of "progress". I believe in 20 years they'll see what a mistake they've made and wish they could go back, but won't be able to. We're going to "hell in a hand-basket" as a country, figuratively and literally! It grieves me to see my country being led down this humanistic, godless, morally bankrupt , no absolute truth, socialistic and liberal path. 
To borrow a prayer from the Apostle John, "Even so; Come quickly, Lord Jesus."


Lord, Lord

Do I think President Obama is a Muslim? No, I don't. Do I think he's a Christian? Well... I think he thinks he is, let's put it that way. I'm not his judge and God is the only one who truly knows his heart, but I always like to see some apples before I call it an apple tree. And I ain't seen no apples!
Jesus said we would be known by our fruit. In other words, talk is cheap and actions always speak louder than words. Remember the old adage "if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck and waddles like a duck... it's probably a duck"? Christians are supposed to act more like Christ (hence the name) and less like the world. Sanctification is a process and none of us are perfect, but we should be more like Jesus today than we were yesterday.
Jesus asked some "religious" folk why they called him Lord but didn't do what he said. So apparently, Jesus expects people who confess to be Christians to do what he says! I don't think Jesus would be persuaded by the "women have a right to abort their babies because it's their body" talk. I can't imagine Jesus "tolerating" homosexuality (after all, male and female created he them) and the one who said "I AM THE WAY" wouldn't go for this "many ways to God" gibberish!
All I'm saying is this: if you're going to call yourself a Christian, be a Christian! Act like Jesus if you're going to use his name! If you call him Lord, do what he says!