Obama, the Healer?
Apr 10, 2008
I'm not sure what to make of this, but I think it is something you should read in order to be informed on what is being done and said in the political world these days.
Reports indicate that presidential candidate Obama is healing people as he campaigns. At the present time, I have no comment, but since he has a high probability of being our next president, this could become a major issue for better or for worse.
Response from a reader that explains that the above article is a hoax, or technically a SATIRE:
Lark News From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lark News is a comedy newsletter satirizing contemporary American Christian culture, specifically evangelicalism. It is written by author and freelance journalist Joel Kilpatrick. According to the site's official disclaimer: LarkNews is a satirical newspaper published by Joel Kilpatrick. LarkNews uses invented names in all its stories, except in cases when public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental. Lark News's style is very similar to that of The Onion and is widely read by both Christians and non-Christians. Kilpatrick is himself an evangelical who also writes more conventional Christian exposition but believes that satire is necessary for a healthy community. Kilpatrick is the author of A Field Guide to Evangelicals and Their Habitat, a satirical guide to evangelicalism which includes material from the site.
Dr. Stephen Jones