Some 2,000 people from around the world convened at a Charlotte megachurch over the weekend to hear renowned apologists defend the Christian faith.

While the National Conference on Christian Apologetics addressed the usual topics of intelligent design, evidence of the resurrection and atheism, one of the highlights of this year’s event was a talk on President Barack Obama and his ideology.

“President Obama is in some ways a mystery man. He was perhaps the most unknown guy to come into the White House,” said bestselling author and renowned apologist Dinesh D’Souza.

D’Souza isn’t a stranger to the annual apologetics conference, organized by Southern Evangelical Seminary. As one of the most requested speakers, he has previously spoken on the evidence of Christianity, the existence of God, the topic of suffering and life after death.

But with the release of his new book, The Roots of Obama’s Rage, the Indian-born scholar turned his attention to the man leading America.

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