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Vera, converting Non-Christians CAN be trusted but NOT if they're Muslims who might display SJS as President of the US !

Reader comment on item: Confirmed: Barack Obama Practiced Islam
in response to reader comment: So Non Christians can't become Christians.

Submitted by Goran A. (Israel), Jan 13, 2008 at 16:32

Vind Mera , you write :

" All non-Christians that are considering converting to Christianity should read this. They can never be trusted nor accepted fully by Christians. I used to wonder why more people in the west convert to Islam than the other way around. "

Adding sarcastically "I got my answer."

No, you got it wrong.

Non-Christians CAN be fully trusted



(1) They converted to Christianity (especially if for social more than for religious reasons) from ISLAM

AND (mind you: not "or" but "AND")

(2) They set out to be PRESIDENT of the USA.

Holding any OTHER high post in government is not so risky because there is always a superior who can correct a convert if he suddenly suffers regression (to an Islamist mindset) and displays the Sudden Jihad Syndrome "whereby normal-appearing Muslims abruptly become violent" (see the very homepage of this site).

But if the President gets an attack of SJS there's no one to correct him and it could cost MILLIONS OF LIVES !

Obama is the only person meeting both criteria, since BOTH of the above conditions have to met to cause great alarm.

Goran A.


Interesting how you think that something that applies to only ONE person applies to the thousands (if not more) of those who convert or consider converting to Christianity.


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