But by his inauguration in January he was already looking for a way to climb off his high horse. He was looking for a community that he could call home—a sense of rootedness and belonging he missed from his biracial, peripatetic childhood. They know when someone's sick or got a promotion at work. There were no particularly memorable phrases or flights of rhetoric. He was called "His Excellency" during the Revolution, and "he rather liked the title His High Mightiness," writes historian Robert Remini in his collection of inaugural addresses, Fellow Citizens. And he became obsessed with the civil-rights movement. After his stint as an organizer, Obama went to Harvard Law School.
Newsweek Likens Obama To Jesus—Calls Second Term 'The Second Coming'.
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It indicates. According to the new issue of Newsweek online, President Obama, who this term--the third president in a row to do so--is "The Second Coming.
Although it is now digital, Newsweek celebrated President Obama's upcoming inauguration with a “cover” that calls the event “the second.
He was looking for a community that he could call home—a sense of rootedness and belonging he missed from his biracial, peripatetic childhood. Jeremiah Wright Jr. Kennedy's inaugural address in January remains the modern gold standard for inspiring speeches—and the inspiration for thousands of poor imitations.
Since severing ties with Wright and Trinity, Obama is a little spiritually rootless again. The one inaugural address that seems timeless is Lincoln's second.
Newsweek Obama is 'The Second Coming'
So much has been made about Barack Obama's religion. Obama calls his mother "an agnostic. . at a stroke, we have to fare forward with other imperfect people and resist the claims to perfection coming from both sides.
Newsweek Makes It Official Obama’s Inauguration Is ‘The Second Coming’
In Newsweek, Evan Thomas asks: For his second inauguration, can the president still reassure Jefferson's first inaugural is famous for its call to rise above Obama may not be the second coming of Lincoln (first-term hype.
Most Americans want Obama to succeed. After his stint as an organizer, Obama went to Harvard Law School.
Around the time Obama was baptized, he says he studied the Bible with gifted teachers who would "gently poke me about my faith. But like many political leaders wary of offending potential backers, he has been less revealing about what he believes—about God, about prayer, about the connection between salvation and personal responsibility.
Amid the hubbub, Obama continued to try to work out for himself what it meant to be a person of faith.
First the angel Obama-el got his gay-lo from Newsweek, and now, in the creepy Inauguration issue, he's the second coming. Conservatives have long joked that the national press corps see Barack Obama as the second coming of Jesus Christ.
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Weekly magazine, delivered Daily Newsletter Website access. Today, Newsweek - at least what's left of it, an online product for tablets and e-readers - made it official," said Center Vice President Brent Baker. He fretted that it would not live up to the greats. By Heather Clark on January 21, 11 Comments. Bush's inaugurals and presided over the wedding of the president's daughter Jenna—is among those on Obama's prayer team.
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|The senior pastor at Trinity at the time of Obama's baptism was the Rev. In Barack Obama was 20 years old, a Columbia University student in search of the meaning of life. The conservative media watch dog, Media Research Center, first noticed the God-like cover.
Ann later went back to Indonesia with Maya, and when Obama visited, they would take him to Borobudur, one of the largest Buddhist temples in the world. The last Inauguration Day, Jan. He has not found a new church, and he doesn't plan to look for one until after the election.
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Four years ago, standing in the chilly air, the vast outdoor audience assembled before the west front of the Capitol may have been momentarily moved.