17 Apr 2009

A White House Request

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Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall stage before Obama

Georgetown University complied with a White House request to cover up the IHS on a pediment on the stage of the university’s Gaston Hall.

IHS is a monogram of the Holy Name of Jesus Christ and appears in the seal of the Jesuit Order which founded and operates Georgetown University.

News reports fail to indicate whether Georgetown was asked to cover up mirrors and crucifixes as well.


Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall stage prepared for Barack Obama

3 Feedbacks on "A White House Request"

David Gatch

This speaks volumes about who is now president. He obviously has the same weak commitment to Christianity as he does in his responsibility of upholding the Constitution.
So he’s an apostate to Christianity and to his fathers muslim religion as well……aka “godless heathen”

Scott D

Why would be surprised? It is part of the leftist manifesto to remove religion — any authority that could be seen as superior to the state — from the public.

Jordan Madison

Obama: There can only be one, ‘One’.

Some people have argued that Obama does not want to use religion to further a political ideology. However, Obama did evoke the Sermon on the Mount, at this Georgetown appearance, to further his economic agenda. Although Obama failed to mention Jesus Christ by name for the Sermon on the Mount.

“There is a parable at the end of the Sermon on the Mount that tells a story of two men…‘the rain descended and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house…it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock,’” Obama said.

“We cannot rebuild this economy on the same pile of sand,” he added. “We must build our house upon a rock.”

The last statement is particularly ironic since building your house upon a ‘ROCK‘ means to build your house with Christ as the foundation. Obama decided to blot out the real foundation from the timeless parable.

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