National Day of Prayer 2010 Cancelled
April 15, 2010 by Post Team
National Day of Prayer 2010 Cancelled:National Day of Prayer, first appointed by President Truman and made permanent by President Reagan, who came to the conclusion of an ecumenical service at the White House with President George W. Bush, every first Thursday in May. This no longer happens. President Obama, he turned to listen to complaints of atheists and others who have held a religious service, no matter how inclusive is the official support of religion, has canceled a national day of prayer ministry . Cancellation of this, in turn, angered evangelical Christians who see it as insulting religion.
Since becoming president, Barack Obama has some doubts on Sunday to attend services. Each church in Washington that serve all presidents can become the focal point of attention. President Reagan, a religious man, refused to attend Sunday services, calling the security problems. Many times, President Clinton, a man known more for his sin of pity, looking at the door of the church, the Bible under his arm, talking to the pastor. Religion, like everything else in American life has become George W. question.President policy Bush, the ordinary religious person, the annual prayer service celebrating the day with the idea of the importance of religion in American life. President Bush suffered the same kind of criticism for the same type of person who likes to complain – they say – to be displayed in public ownership of the Christmas tree.
The problems of religious celebrations have proven problematic in the search for President Obama before. After years Barack Obama attended the prestigious Trinity United Church of Christ, led by the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. invective entire sermon of Rev. Wright played and played repeatedly on television and radio and proved highly embarrassing for the candidate later. Barack Obama, whom he married in Trinity Church of Christ and the United States, while considered Rev. Wright as a spiritual adviser, was forced to leave the Church and reject Rev. Wright.
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