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Huckabee's Call to Soldiers in Christ’s Army: "Obey Orders"

Do we really want a president who believes he signed his life over to Christ? Or anyone else, for that matter?
 
 
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Mike Huckabee proved Sunday he is just a little too comfortable fighting for souls for Christ. He delivered the sermon at an evangelical church in New Hampshire, and his words should leave non-Christians and reasonable people of every faith troubled.

"When we become believers, it's as if we have signed up to be part of God's Army, to be soldiers for Christ," Huckabee told the enthusiastic audience...

"When you give yourself to Christ, some relationships have to go," he said. "It's no longer your life; you've signed it over."

Likening service to God to service in the military, Huckabee said "there is suffering in the conditioning for battle" and "you obey the orders."

Mother Mary. Do we really want a president who believes he signed his life over to Christ? Or anyone else, for that matter? I mean at least Bush makes it clear by both word and deed that he doesn't actually believe all that God and heaven and hell stuff.

But Huckabee does. He has the glint in his eye of a man who sees things the rest of us don't, like Satan and spirits and Holy Ghosts. And he trots out the born-again Chuck Norris, aka "Huckabee's Oprah," just in case you don't believe him.

Huckabee's campaign did not allow cameras into the church, and the candidate did not make an appeal for votes as part of his sermon. But a church official invited members to attend an event a mile away, where Huckabee held a rally with actor Chuck Norris and where free clam chowder was served.

Trish is a regular blogger for the Pensito Review .