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Satan as Barack Obama Paperback – June 8, 2011
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This book is not one of them.
Stephen Kirk is an engineer who apparently has lost his mind and decided that just because he disagrees strongly with the president, that must mean that the guy is a brutal demon sent from hell.
Mr. Kirk is a loon, he's an insult to good Christians, and he's another sign that our country's partisan divide has destroyed are ability to function in a rational manner towards things that upset us.
If there is to be an anti-Christ, God will reveal that person and God's messages are pretty clear and straight forward. He does not require a paperback proclamation to do his work for him.
This book is operates on childish logic. Mr. Kirk doesn't get to demand divine retribution every time someone he doesn't like gets voted into office. He doesn't get call for the fury of angels just because he disagrees with the policies of a president.
I don't like Obama as a president, I think he's made choices that I don't agree with. That doesn't mean he and Old Scratch are one and the same.
I suppose that I could accuse Mr. Kirk of being Satan. He is, after all, helping to sow dissension, bearing false witness, and since he claims to have gleaned some sort of divine knowledge that does not exist, he's also a false prophet as well. What better guise for a devil?
I could claim that about Mr. Kirk...but I won't. Because calling someone Satan is wrong.