If you’re a Christian you might have received the e-mail about Obama possibly being the Anti-Christ. And the main message of the e-mail? Don’t vote for him or we might be putting the Anti-Christ into office.
First off, I’m not an Obama supporter, but only because I disagree with his politics.
As Christians we need to stop doing things like that e-mail. Why? Let’s look at this logically.
If he really is the Anti-Christ, according to the Bible, he has to come into power. And that’s not a bad thing because it would mean Jesus would be back to fix this world soon.
The problem is you’re using things like that to motivate people to not vote for someone. If the Anti-Christ really was just months from taking power to do his thing, that would mean our time to spread the word of God to people was very limited. Wouldn’t that motivate us to work harder to win people for Jesus, and not worry about a stupid election?
I’m just saying we have way more important things to focus on. If you don’t want Obama in office because you don’t like his politics, fine. But stop sending e-mails about him being the Anti-Christ. I’m not saying you have to vote for him, let’s just keep the guy-who’s-going-to-end-the-world chatter to a minimum. Those e-mails just make us look goofy and show once again, as Christians, we tend to miss the point.