Barack Obama is not the Antichrist (he is the Antichrist’s best pal)


Robert Jeffress is the “controversial” pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, one of the premiere churches in the Southern Baptist Convention. “Controversial” in this context means “he likes to say things likely to upset Mormons, Jews, Catholics, gays, Muslims, and others.”

Well, Jeffress is being “controversial” again. This time, he has his sights set squarely on the Antichrist’s BFF: Barack Hussein Obama.

“Wait a minute,” most of you are saying. “What do you mean, ‘BFF’? Obama is the Antichrist!”

Don’t be ridiculous, Jeffress says in his new book, “Perfect Ending,” according to a report by Religion News Service. Obama is merely the false prophet who will pave the way for the Antichrist:

“For the first time in history a president of our country has openly proposed altering one of society’s (not to mention God’s) most fundamental laws: that marriage should be between a man and a woman,” Jeffress writes.

This is sure to bring him into conflict with people who know that Pope Francis is the false prophet, and also with people who are not kooks.


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8 Responses to Barack Obama is not the Antichrist (he is the Antichrist’s best pal)

  1. sharon says:

    That’s really the cover? Awesome!

    Actually “God’s law” has always been pretty flexible about marriage.

    Genesis 4:19: “Lamech took two wives …”

  2. HC Here says:

    I think people would certainly pledge their lives to the service and worship of Obama. Given the hardline defense some put forth for this man whenever he is attacked, Obama could burn a box filled with kittens and people would say he loves animals. Look at the first two videos of Hitler Youth wanna-be’s and overlap Kelly Clarkson’s “Because of You” to give it a little zip. They would pledge undying worship to The One. (At least I know the school teacher would.) The bottom imbed is just for fun.

    • Tom Breen says:

      I don’t know that anybody actually worships him, but there are people who are certainly unwilling to criticize him, much to my frustration.

      This is not, I think, a phenomenon specific to Obama; there were plenty of conservatives who defended the demonstrably non-conservative George W. Bush almost until the end, and plenty today who make Ronald Reagan an idol without paying attention to anything he actually did (talk about expanding the size of the federal government …).

      American unwillingness to criticize people from their broad ideological tendency, though, seems like a completely different matter than saying someone is the biblical forerunner of the Antichrist.

      • ChrisB. says:

        I completely agree. And I find it immensely frustrating. On the other hand, I think an argument could be made that this phenomenon is worse under Republican administrations.

        For example, somewhere around 33% of Democrats oppose NSA surveillance/privacy infringement under both Bush and Obama. While on 25% OF Republicans are consistent in that belief.

  3. Was that an actual cover from the National Review?

  4. Sharon says:

    First person to mention Hitler in a discussion that is not actually about Hitler, looses. New rule for 2014.

    • HC Here says:

      If you invoke that rule, half the political talk shows would wither.

      The first Hitler reference of the day – a staple of political discussion. It’s a way of greeting the new day just like that morning cigarette when some wake up or that first cup of coffee. What would a day be like without Mr. H. (or ‘Dolph to his friends) in the mix?