No, according to most christian theology good deeds are not good enough. Only having the true religion and practicing true religion is the only way.<quoted text> his good deeds in this life are intended to do that? is it a matter of good on balance, or just a few good ones? and if God is a dog, would she call him good? I am not sure we have anything to worry about, if sufficient good deeds are required, especially if bad ones count against him - and what about intended bad deeds? oh, maybe that is what would make him the anti-Christ....taking from the rich and giving to the poor ... or no, isn't the new fundie version of God supposed to be pro-success and to blame the poor for their own supposed "failures"? it is so difficult to mix up religion and politics and economics.
couldn't we just continue to have a basketball fanatic as President?
Yes, it would be nice just to let politics and religion seperate but most christians are theocratic even in a secular society just like muslims are here also and by their faith they must not sway from religious teachings or face eternity in hell-fire.
Foxnews will make sure eveyone gets the message.