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Archive for April, 2015

-Religion: The New PC Dirty Word in Schools?

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Is ‘religion’ becoming the new politically correct ‘dirty word’ in academic circles? We asked this question last week about ‘religious freedom.’ Citizen Link finds that there is a problem about what to do with religion on school campuses all across America in spite of the fact that we have a Constitution that addresses religious freedom […]

-Canadian Poll: Most Believe Islam Incompatible with Western Society Including 42% of Canadian Muslims

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Recent polls show that most Canadians believe that Islam is incompatible with Western society including 42% of the Canadian Muslims. From Breitbart: Two recently-released polls found that 42 percent of Canadian Muslims agree that Islam is “irreconcilable” with Western society. The surveys also found that over 60 percent of Jewish and Christian Canadians believe that […]

-Pastor Who Requested ‘Anti-Gay Marriage’ Cake Threatened with Legal Action?

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

This is the flip side of the usual situation and yet it is the Christian who is in trouble regardless. Quite a few Christian bakery owners who refused to produce cakes for same-sex marriages have gotten in trouble all across America. In this case a pastor asked a bakery for a cake with an ‘anti-gay […]

-Is Supporting Religious Freedom Political Suicide?

Saturday, April 11th, 2015

In his Politico column this week, Roger Simon indicates that supporting ‘religious freedom’ is now political suicide: There is a poison pill inside the Republican Party and if its presidential hopefuls keep swallowing it, they are going to choke off their chances for the White House.  … And by taking the poison pill that the […]

-NY Times: Christians ‘Must be Made’ to Accept Gay Lifestyle?

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…’’ The battle against traditional Christian Biblical beliefs has continued to escalate since the Indiana RFRA debacle. Gay and progressive activists have been so encouraged by the one-sided media coverage against ‘freedom of religion’ lately that now they have, I […]

-Now ‘Religious Freedom’ is Offensive?

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

See the video above for the Citizen Link response to the debacle in Indiana and what it means for religious freedom in America. Response: Early on this nation was founded in a large part by folks escaping the old world seeking freedom to believe and live out their religious convictions without interference from the government. […]

-Reasons Conservative Christians Should Now Be Concerned About Religious Liberty

Monday, April 6th, 2015

So many Christians in America are not aware that their religious freedom and liberty is now under assault in America. Incredibly many key liberal thinkers and journalists, who are concerned about the rights of everyone else and the First Amendment when it comes to free speech, are now questioning whether limits should be put upon […]

-Happy Resurrection Day! 2015

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

(Image by abcdz2000 via Flickr) He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! May You and your family have a wonderful Easter. May we all remember and reflect upon what is really important after all the cultural fun of Easter bunnies, colored eggs, and special ham dinners and family get togethers. May we remember what the […]

-Good Friday 2015: “It’s Friday But Sunday’s Coming”

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Here it is again. My favorite message of all time for Good Friday is by Dr. Tony Campolo. It has become a tradition on this blog to post it every year on this day. Here is a link to where the famous tape can be downloaded. The whole tape is great but the best part […]

-New York City: Mayor Will Allow Churches to Continue Using Schools

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio will allow Churches to continue to rent school buildings for now in spite of a recent ruling the Supreme Court than allows a ban by the city’s Board of Education to continue. The current mayor says he intends to allow churches to have access on the same basis as any […]