Friday, January 11, 2013

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell Mocks the Bible & Urges Obama to Exclude it From the Inauguration

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Atheist activists aren’t the only ones looking to nix the Bible and references to God from President Barack Obama’s inauguration. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell also took aim at the holy book today, dismissing its purportedly heinous contents and urging the president not to include it in his Jan. 21 inaugural ceremony.
After discussing Pastor Louie Giglio’s recent decision to remove himself from Obama’s choice of benediction speakers, O’Donnell launched into a tirade against the Bible and its presence at the historical event. In addition to defending the gay rights movement against Giglio’s nearly-20-year-old sermon, the MSNBC host dismissed the Bible as an antiquated book that virtually nobody can agree with in its entirety.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And thus the spirit of Anti-Christ speaks though his servant. How twisted this commentary and the pure evil that comes from this man's mouth. Taking scripture out of context and using it to twist the truth. I know how the homosexual lifestyle is. I was there. I was part of it. There is no true love there. There is only the consistent verbiage of sex. It is an obsession. There is no fulfillment and love is always built first on lust. The only way I got free was when God sent me His children who loved me fervently out of my sin into His wonderful arms.