Quotes from the video: "Which passages of Scriptures should guide our public policy?" Leviticus...suggests slavery is ok or Deuteronomy which suggests stoning your child if he strays from the faith.
"The application of the sermon on the mount is so radical that's it doubtful our own defense department would survive it's application."
While our President claims to be a Christian, his words about the Scriptures seem more as an conscientious objector rather than a believer. There are many people in America that claim to be Christian...almost by default. They realize they aren't Jewish or Muslim and they believe in God and don't want to belong to a cult so let me see...aha i must be a Christian!
This type of rationale may satisfy the statisticians but it does little to satisfy entrance into the heaven Christians believe in. The only way in is by trusting in Christ and becoming a new creature from the experience of trusting. An awareness of the new life in Christ along with a growing dislike for the sins of the old life must accompany such a transformation.
Regardless of whether President Obama is a Christian or a Muslim or neither it is the duty of all Christians to pray for our leaders. We need to respect the office and pray for the man and his staff.