Very recently at Emory University former President Jimmy Carter gave a talk about faith. The difficulties of
On the topic of international religious conflict, President Carter referred to his term in office.
“I was president once, in ancient times,” he joked, adding, “I had some difficult discussions at Camp David with people of different faiths, but we acknowledged that we were all children of Abraham.”
The recently President Bush had an interview with Al Arabiya at the White House.
Well, first of all, I believe in an almighty God, and I believe that all the world, whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God. That's what I believe.
Evangelicals got their man, but now they've got to apologize for his theology while pointing the finger at Carter about how liberal he is. Yes, Carter is liberal and Bush may even be conservative, but that won't save them.
This reminds me of John MacArthur's sermon Can God Bless America? that he turned into a small hardback book.
So what's the real difference?