WARNING: President Obama has left for Kenya to attend a global economic summit. It will be Obama’s first visit as president to his father’s homeland. While the streets buzz with anticipation of his arrival, 700 Christian Kenyan evangelical pastors have written an open letter asking the president not to come to their country and talk about the gay agenda.
“We do not want him to come and talk on homosexuality in Kenya or push us to accepting that which is against our faith and culture.”
“Let him talk about development; let him talk about cooperation; let him talk about the long-time relationship Kenya has had with America…But about our beliefs and culture– keep off!”
“The family is the strength of a nation. If the family is destroyed, then the nation is destroyed,” he said. “So we don’t want to open doors for our nation to be destroyed!”
“It is an abomination to God. Kenya is 82 percent Christian. So, as far as our conviction and our faith are concerned it is not a natural thing.”