Looking for some new reading material? Why not check out The Gospel According to Apostle Barack: In Search of a More Perfect Political Union as “Heaven Here on Earth”?
For $3.03, you can get a Kindle version of the book by Barbara A. Thompson, a highly esteemed professor at Florida A & M University, which explores the author’s “miraculous” dream about President Barack Obama. From the official description:
Then, as I began to contemplate ways to assist Barack in his 2012 re-election bid something miraculous happened. I felt God’s (His) Spirit beckoning me in my dreams at night. Listening, cautiously, I learned that Jesus walked the earth to create a more civilized society, Martin (Luther King) walked the earth to create a more justified society, but, Apostle Barack, the name he was called in my dreams, would walk the earth to create a more equalized society, for the middle class and working poor.
Apostle Barack, the next young leader with a new cause, had been taken to the mountaintop and allowed to see over the other side. He had the answers to unlock the kingdom of “heaven here on earth” for his followers. The answers were repeated – over and over – in speeches Barack had made from his presidential announcement to his inaugural address. Those speeches or his teachings contained the answers to the middle class and working poor people living in a “heaven here on earth.” For when the answers were unlocked and enacted, Apostle Barack’s vision of America would be realized.
I must caution that the book comes poorly recommended, with an average 1.3 out of 5 stars from 51 customer reviews. Here are some of the more entertaining reviews:
- “Look up the word ‘moonbat’ and you’ll see a picture of Barbara Thompson.”
- “Well, once you read the title you can guess how bad the book is going to be.”
- “Go back and read your Bible! Matthew 7:15, Jesus said…’Beware of false prophets who come disguised as harmless sheep but are really vicious wolves.'”
- “No, No, No, No, No….”
Of course, feel free to decide for yourself… and feel confident that when college students go to American universities they get only the most open-minded and objective education that a hundred thousand dollars or so can buy.