Hillary Clinton: Our First Agnostic President?
If you look into Hillary Clinton’s religion, you will find article after article after article describing her as a “lifelong Methodist.”
For example, from CBNnews,
“Senator Clinton is a lifelong Methodist who has always said she takes her faith very seriously.”
“Clinton, a lifelong Methodist, has become more open in recent years about her faith. She is part of an exclusive women’s prayer group — many of whose members are the wives of prominent conservatives — that she joined while she was First Lady.”
So, has Hillary Clinton been a “lifelong Methodist?” Apparently not. Yesterday, the New York Times posted some excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s letters to a friend in college, and this line was included,
Ms. Rodham skates earnestly on the surface of life, raising more questions than answers. “Last week I decided that even if life is absurd why couldn’t I spend it absurdly happy?” she wrote in November of her junior year. She then challenges herself to “define ‘happiness’ Hillary Rodham, acknowledged agnostic intellectual liberal, emotional conservative.”
So, back in college, Hillary Clinton considered herself to be an agnostic — but that raises a very interesting question. We know Hillary is lying about being a “lifelong Methodist,” but does that mean she is lying about being a “lifelong Methodist” or does it mean she lied when she said she believed in God?
Certainly, she would have a lot of motive to lie. After all, it’s almost impossible for an admitted agnostic or atheist to be elected to higher office in the United States. The only member of Congress who is an atheist is Pete Stark, who represents an incredibly liberal California district that’s on the shore of San Francisco Bay.
So, when did Hillary convert to Christianity — if she ever did?
Ron Brownstein wrote a column a few days ago for the LA Times that I’ve been meaning to discuss. It’s
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