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If he is a Christian?

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Submitted by Kevin (United States), Feb 27, 2008 at 11:39

Then he would be willing to accept the Lord Jesus Christ as his Savior, and would recognize that Jesus is the one and only begotten son of God the father. Who came to earth in human form to atone the world, of their sins. The sacrificial lamb. If you ever see him (OBAMA) ask him to accept the Christ as his personal savior, right there in public. I would take a guess that he would not do that.... bottom line, it takes more than saying "I'm a Christian" to be a CHRISTIAN.

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