These men should be commended.
Some 700 Christian pastors have come together in the nation of Kenya to form the Evangelical Alliance of Kenya, and they are demanding that Obama stop trying to pressure them, and other African countries, to give up their religious convictions and join him in support of gay marriage.
Yes, extortion, as it has been revealed that the Obama administration has threatened to withhold millions in funds for aid and grants needed to combat diseases and radical Islamic terrorists in African nations unless they embrace his same-sex marriage agenda.
“President Barack Obama is welcome to visit Kenya this summer — but please, leave the preaching to us,” said the coalition of religious leaders.
“We would like to send a strong message to the U.S. president that the homosexuality debate should not become part of his agenda, as it has been his tendency whenever he comes to Africa,” said Bishop Mark Kariuki, leader of the Evangelical Alliance.
According to One News Now, this protest of Obama’s policy push comes ahead of his planned visit to Kenya this summer, and shows that they don’t appreciate being bossed around or extorted into embracing an agenda completely foreign to them and at odds with their cultural beliefs.