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  • A Christian Nation, Not a Theocracy

    11/24/2014 2:29:15 PM PST · by Sean_Anthony · 22 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 11/24/14 | Douglas V. Gibbs
    When a nation is not virtuous, and turns its back on God, the people of that country finds that liberty is elusive Last Tuesday Night, at the end of the discussion during the Corona Constitution Class, I gave the folks an assignment. Read the Declaration of Independence, and notice how the grievances the colonists had with the British government are similar to the grievances many Americans have with today’s federal government. One of the students sent me an email as he began to read. He stated that as he began to read the Declaration of Independence, he came across Chuck...
  • Cruz: US Built on Christian Values, Anyone Who Says Different is 'Lying'

    09/26/2014 1:02:53 PM PDT · by SoConPubbie · 34 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 26 Sep 2014, 9:10 AM PDT | Kristin Tate
    HOUSTON, Texas -- Speaking at the  Values Voters Summit, put on by the Family Research Council, Texas Senator Ted Cruz gave a passionate speech about religious liberty and faith. Invoking personal stories from his own life, the senator highlighted the power of hope in the darkest of times.  "Our values are fundamentally American," Cruz told the audience. "This country remains a country built on...Christian values. And anyone who tells you differently is lying to you."Cruz spoke about his own father, whose life was drastically changed by the power of faith. Cruz's father, Rafael Cruz, was taken captive in Cuba as a teenager. He was wearing a...
  • Republicans: Obama must defend Christian values (AND HE SHOULD!)

    06/20/2014 6:39:22 AM PDT · by GodAndCountryFirst · 12 replies
    Yahoo News and AP ^ | June 20, 2014
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Leading Republicans on Thursday insisted that America's leaders must do more to defend Christian values at home and abroad, blaming President Barack Obama for attacks on religious freedom as they courted social conservatives expected to play a critical role in the next presidential contest. "Those of us inspired by Judeo-Christian values...have an obligation to our country and to our fellow man to use our positions of influence to highlight those values," Florida's Sen. Marco Rubio said at a conference hosted by the Faith and Freedom Coalition, a group led by long-time Christian political activist Ralph Reed.
  • "Without God, people can do as they please"

    04/22/2014 8:33:32 AM PDT · by No One Special · 25 replies
    Catallaxy Files ^ | April 21, 2014 | Steve Kates
    One of the most enlightening books I have ever come across was The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success by Rodney Stark. And at the very end of this book there is a quote from a Chinese scholar who had been part of an investigation into the causes of Western economic success. This is a direct quote of what this Chinese scholar had said: One of the things we were asked to look at was the success, in fact, the pre-eminence of the West, all over the world. We studied everything we could from...
  • Rasmussen Reports: 77% Believe Jesus Rose From the Dead

    04/21/2014 9:55:29 AM PDT · by opentalk · 48 replies
    the Blaze ^ | April 7, 2014 | Erica Ritz
    With a margin of error +/- 3%, Rasmussen found “Americans’ belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ remains strong.” 86% of American adults believe that Jesus Christ walked the Earth 2,000 years ago, while just seven percent (7%) don’t share this belief. Furthermore, 77% of those polled believe Jesus rose from the dead.  This is only a percentage point lower (within the margin of error) than in 2011 and 2010, when 78% espoused the same belief. Rasmussen claims a 95% level of confidence in their report.
  • Gallup: Only 5% of Religious Americans Are Non-Christians

    01/01/2014 7:16:44 AM PST · by george76 · 11 replies
    CNS News ^ | December 30, 2013 | Barbara Hollingsworth
    A recent Gallup poll refutes the claim made by Barack Obama on March 9, 2008 that “we are no longer a Christian nation.” Gallup found that three quarters of all Americans - a supermajority - identify themselves as Christians, with only five percent saying they are practicing members of a non-Christian faith. “We find, looking at our data, that America does in fact remain a predominantly Christian nation,” Dr. Frank Newport, Gallup’s editor in chief, said of the poll released on Christmas Eve. “Now, our overall estimation of what percent of Americans identify with the Christian religion depends a little...
  • What do real conservatives want in a candidate? Here is my list

    12/12/2013 6:52:19 PM PST · by GodAndCountryFirst · 23 replies
    None | Original content
    No candidate is perfect. But here are some of the things that would be on MY list if I could design my perfect candidate for office. Candidates should believe: • Taxes should he lowered whenever possible and never raised unless emergency funds are needed to repel an invading army. • The federal budget should be balanced ASAP and then stay that way. • The federal government should not take on new debt. • The federal income tax is an abomination and should be ended. • A return to the gold standard should take place ASAP. • The U.S.A. is and...
  • Is it "on?" Oath Keepers is Going “Operational” by Forming Special “Civilization Preservation” Teams

    11/02/2013 5:18:54 PM PDT · by GodAndCountryFirst · 42 replies
    Oathkeepers Web site ^ | October 21st, 2013
    Oath Keepers is instructing its 30,000 members nation-wide to form up special teams and sub-teams in each Oath Keepers chapter, at the town and county level, modeled loosely on the Special Forces “A Team” (Operational Detachment A ) model, and for a similar purpose: to be both a potential operational unit for community security and support during crisis, but also, as mission #1, to serve as training and leadership cadre, to assist in organizing neighborhood watches, organizing veterans halls to provide community civil defense, forming County Sheriff Posses, strengthening existing CERT, volunteer fire, search-and-rescue, reserve deputy systems, etc., and eventually...
  • Ted Cruz's Dad Calls US a "Christian Nation," Says Obama Should Go "Back to Kenya"

    10/31/2013 7:58:41 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 42 replies
    Mother Jones ^ | October 31, 2013 | David Corn
    In April, Rafael Cruz, the father of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), spoke to the tea party of Hood County, which is southwest of Fort Worth, and made a bold declaration: The United States is a "Christian nation." The septuagenarian businessman turned evangelical pastor did not choose to use the more inclusive formulation "Judeo-Christian nation." Insisting that the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution "were signed on the knees of the framers" and were a "divine revelation from God," he went on to say, "yet our president has the gall to tell us that this is not a Christian nation…The...
  • New Novel 'Terrifies' Readers, Suggests 'President Palin' Could've Turned us Into Christian Nation

    09/01/2013 9:48:36 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 125 replies
    Townhall ^ | September 1, 2013 | Cortney O'Brien
    “They said what they would do, and we did not listen. Then they did what they said they would do.” Sounds frightening, doesn’t it? Who could “they” be? A 1984-like government? A terrorist organization? An alien force? Well, according to the author who wrote those words, the “they” are big bad Christians. Christian Nation by Frederic C. Rich is a new novel which, according to some reviewers, is their worst nightmare, for it details a country in which Christian values are strictly obeyed. From GoodReads.com, “They said what they would do, and we did not listen. Then they did what...
  • A proposed Constitutional amendment to RESTORE the original meaning of the Constitution

    08/03/2013 6:49:44 AM PDT · by GodAndCountryFirst · 16 replies
    Me
    It is abundantly clear that the president, Congress and out uber-secular courts have twisted the Constitution into a pretzel. They also have completely disconnected the Constitution from the document upon which it (and ALL of our laws) were built. So, I propose this Constitutional amendment. I call it the Religious Liberty Restoration Amendment. Religious liberty being essential to the functioning of a free, Christian nation, the rights of Christians to act upon their Christian values and to proclaim the Word of God shall not be infringed. Congress shall make no law contradicting the Law of God as expressed in the...
  • Should the SCOTUS be tamed? DOMA Decision Opens Debate About the Supreme Court, Not About Marriage

    08/02/2013 4:44:43 PM PDT · by GodAndCountryFirst · 24 replies
    http://www.lc.org/ ^ | July 10, 2013 | Liberty Counsel
    The 5-4 opinion by the Supreme Court on the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) raises questions about the Court’s authority. The debate should focus on the role of the Supreme Court within the Republic and its duty to interpret the Constitution. The debate should not be over marriage. In the DOMA case, the five-member majority ignored long-accepted Equal Protection law. The decision is neither grounded in the constitutional text nor in prior precedent. It is contrary to the Western legal tradition, natural law, and the created order. Marriage was not invented by religion or civil authorities and predates both.
  • Our theocracy nightmare: President Palin’s martial law (Here's their real fear - she's effective)

    06/29/2013 12:59:57 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 79 replies
    Salon ^ | June 29, 2013 | Frederic C. Rich
    What if McCain/Palin won, then McCain died -- and a terror attack followed. Apocalyptic fiction from a nightmare It is obvious in retrospect that only an external attack like that on 7/22 could have saved the Palin presidency. Without it, would any of what followed have happened? I doubt it. The Democrats would have recaptured both the White House and Senate that fall. The culture wars would have simmered on, but the evangelical movement’s momentum on the path toward political power would have been lost. I would be installed in my corner office downtown, practicing law. I would probably have...
  • Military Pocket Bible Contains Politically Correct Message! [A Letter From CINC Roosevelt---FDR]

    05/02/2013 10:42:12 PM PDT · by thouworm · 8 replies
    ActiveRain ^ | January 25, 1941 | Rose King and FDR
    THE WHITEHOUSE - WASHINGTON January 25, 1941 To the Armed Forces: As Commander-in-Chief, I take pleasure in commending the reading of the Bible to all who serve in the armed forces of the United States. Throughout the centuries men of many faiths and diverse origins have found in the Sacred Book words of wisdom, counsel and inspiration. It is a fountain of strength and now, as always, an aid in attaining the highest aspirations of the human soul. Very sincerely yours, Franklin D. Roosevelt. My father-in-law gave us his old Bibles yesterday. He gave us the large family Bible in...
  • Was America Founded As A Christian Nation?

    09/25/2012 7:24:27 PM PDT · by billflax · 103 replies
    Forbes ^ | 9/25/2012 | Bill Flax
    Few matters ignite more controversy than America’s Christian roots. The issue reverberates anew this electoral season where the faiths of both major candidates have been questioned. Religion imbues politics. The battle over America’s beginnings muddles wishful hero worship with efforts to commandeer America’s past so to steer her future. The most vocal proponents of Christian America and their counterparts advocating a completely secular state necessarily cherry-pick data to prove exaggerations while discarding inconvenient details. By transforming our Forefathers into faithful servants of Christ the Religious Right risks compromising the biblical message. Baptist theologian Al Mohler warns advocates of Christian America...
  • Obama: ‘Future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam’

    09/25/2012 8:51:38 AM PDT · by kristinn · 333 replies
    Twitchy and Red State ^ | Tuesday, September 25, 2012
    Twitchy headline says it all.Context provided by Erick Erickson at Red State: In his speech to the United Nations General Assembly today the President of the United States declared that the future does not belong to practicing Christians. Already, the media and the left are in full denial, probably based on their general lack of understanding of theology. This would have been a gaffe had Mitt Romney said it. But with Barack Obama, he’s just speaking bold truths. His bold truth declares that the future does not belong to practicing Christians. Pay careful attention to what he says: "The future...
  • 25 Examples of What America Would Be Like if We Were All Christian Conservative Tea Partiers

    08/03/2012 4:42:44 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 80 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | August 3, 2012 | John Hawkins
    If every American was a Christian conservative Tea Partier... 1) …There would be fewer regulations, lower taxes, a business-friendly environment, and a much smaller government that would lead to considerably stronger economic growth and job creation. In fact, we'd probably have to dramatically increase the number of work permits we hand out to foreign workers, not because there are "jobs Americans won't do" (which don't actually exist), but because so many Americans would be employed that we'd have to bring in more people to do all of the available work. 2) ...The richest Americans would have more money. Of course,...
  • This is a philosophy that REALLY can save America

    07/31/2012 6:59:18 PM PDT · by GodAndCountryFirst · 13 replies
    Sovereignty is an attribute of God alone, not of man nor the state. God alone is Lord or Sovereign over all things; over state, school, family, vocations, society and all things else. The Bible is given as the common law of men and nations and was for most of U. S. History the common law, as Justice Story declared. Salvation is not by politics, education, the church, or any agency or person other than Jesus Christ our Lord. The myth of Machiavelli, that, by state control at the top, bad men can make a good society is at the root...
  • Pastor’s Fiery Remarks at Santorum Rally Reverberate

    03/21/2012 5:27:30 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 61 replies
    The New York Times ^ | 3/19/12 | Katherine Q. Seelye
    Rick Santorum attended a revival-type church service on Sunday night in Louisiana, where the Rev. Dennis Terry, pastor of the Greenwell Springs Baptist Church, offered some fire and brimstone in a videotaped sermon that on Monday was going viral because of his fiery comments. “I don’t care what the liberals say, I don’t care what the naysayers say, this nation was founded as a Christian nation,” Mr. Terry said. “There’s only one God, and his name is Jesus,” he continued. “I’m tired of people telling me that I can’t say those words. I’m tired of people telling us as Christians...
  • What are some of the characteristics of a Christian nation?

    01/30/2012 10:10:56 PM PST · by ReligiousLibertyTV · 16 replies
    ReligiousLiberty.TV ^ | 01/30/2012 | Michael Peabody
    Hello, Right now there is a huge debate about whether the United States is or is not a Christian nation. But what makes a nation a Christian nation? I'm working on a presentation and was looking for some ideas of what would characterize a truly genuine Christian nation and the society it created? What would the domestic and foreign policy be like? What would the people be like? How would they think? I look forward to any ideas you might have. Michael Peabody, Editor ReligiousLiberty.TV
  • David Cameron says the UK is a Christian country

    12/16/2011 4:34:20 PM PST · by decimon · 22 replies
    BBC ^ | December 16, 2011
    [b]David Cameron has said the UK is a Christian country "and we should not be afraid to say so".[/b] In a speech in Oxford on the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, the prime minister called for a revival of traditional Christian values to counter Britain's "moral collapse". He said "live and let live" had too often become "do what you please". The PM said it was wrong to suggest that standing up for Christianity was "somehow doing down other faiths". Describing himself as a "committed" but only "vaguely practising" Christian, the PM admitted he was "full of doubts"...
  • Newest entrant into GOP field, Rick Perry, is longtime friend of Israel—and Jesus

    08/14/2011 12:46:55 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 113 replies
    JTA ^ | August 14, 2011 | Ron Kampeas
    WASHINGTON (JTA) – To some conservative Jews, Texas Gov. Rick Perry would make an excellent presidential candidate. He’s been to Israel more than any other candidate already in the field and has said he loves it. And Perry creates jobs. But other Jewish conservatives seeking the anti-Obama candidate look at the three-term governor and see something arresting: He believes he’s on a mission from God. Perry has nonplussed longtime Jewish supporters by claiming that he has been “called” to the presidency and by hosting a prayer rally this month that appealed to Jesus to save America. Jennifer Rubin, the Washington...
  • Republicans rip the Fed after examiner tells Okla. bank to hide religious items

    12/17/2010 4:07:46 PM PST · by jazusamo · 37 replies · 1+ views
    The Hill ^ | December 17, 2010 | Peter Schroeder
    The Federal Reserve quickly withdrew an order to an Oklahoma bank to remove religious items from public view on Friday after two Republicans blasted the action as an "assault on faith." Sen. James Inhofe and Rep. Frank Lucas of Oklahoma sent a pointed letter to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke on Friday asking him whether he stood by a Federal Reserve examiner who told Payne County Bank officials to remove the religious references from their business. The Fed examiner told the bank the religious items could discourage a person from seeking an application.The removed items removed included a link on the bank's website...
  • Supreme Court Weighs Arizona Tax Credit for Christian Schools

    11/10/2010 9:56:22 AM PST · by Kaslin · 12 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | November 10, 2010 | Ken Klukowski
    While America was talking about the election returns, the Supreme Court was talking about tax credits to fund Christian schools in Arizona. It looks like this might be yet another 5-4 decision on religious liberty, and it’s not clear which way the Court will go. On Wednesday, November 3—the day after the conservative tsunami resulting in Republican victories across America—the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization v. Winn. Arizona allows a $500 dollar-for-dollar tax credit if taxpayers choose to give some money to student tuition organizations (STOs) that fund all manner of private schools, including...
  • Local Christian Book Store’s Name [In Kittanning, Pa.] Called “Offensive"

    09/29/2010 9:18:07 PM PDT · by GonzoII · 20 replies
    The Kittanning Paper ^ | September 29, 2010 | KP NewsDesk
    HomePlace A Classified AdSubmit EditorialSubmit AnnouncementToday’s EditionAbout UsCirculationContact Us Local Christian Book Store’s Name Called “Offensive” Christian Book and Gift Shop owner Don Toy (right) told host David Croyle that his store was rejected by an advertising agency because the name “Christian” is offensive. The owner of Kittanning’s only Christian book store said he was denied advertising on a restaurant menu because the name “Christian” is offensive.Reverend Don Toy, owner of the Christian Book and Gift Shop, appeared on last night’s Talk of the Town program on Family-Life TV, to describe a national movement against Christianity that has made...
  • Muslims in New York Desecrate U.S. Flag (More from the 'Moderates')

    08/25/2010 9:04:01 PM PDT · by Titus-Maximus · 41 replies
    youtube ^ | July 2007 | b34nzzz
    Muslims making a spectacle of desecrating the American flag.
  • Christianity and the State

    08/04/2010 4:59:34 PM PDT · by USALiberty · 10 replies
    Not only is every church a religious institution, but every state or social order is a religious establishment. Every state is a law order, and every law order represents an enacted morality, with procedures for the enforcement of that morality. Every morality represents a form of theological order, i.e., is an aspect and expression of a religion. The church thus is not the only religious institution; the state also is a religious institution. More often than the church, the state has been the central religious institution of most civilizations through the centuries. (SNIP) To return to the basic problem today,...
  • What is Theonomy?

    05/11/2010 6:15:12 PM PDT · by USALiberty · 6 replies · 238+ views
    Forerunner.com ^ | Published May 2008 | By Jay Rogers
    Theonomy means literally, “God’s law,” or the belief that the moral laws of the Old Testament are still binding today. This idea states that only Old Testament laws specifically fulfilled in the New Testament are non-binding (such as sacrificial laws, ceremonial laws and dietary laws). The moral Law of God is still the ethical standard for governing individuals and society. In discussing theonomy, we should first explain clearly what we are not talking about. We are not talking about salvation, but merely government of individuals in society. Salvation cannot come through the Law, but only by grace through faith. A...
  • Palin: America Is A Christian Nation

    05/07/2010 6:30:04 PM PDT · by USALiberty · 50 replies · 937+ views
    Real Clear Politics ^ | May 07, 2010 | Posted by RCP Staff
    Former Alaska governor on National Day of Prayer controversy.
  • Franklin Graham: Islam Is Not Faith of America (He still won't back down)

    05/06/2010 7:47:55 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 48 replies · 1,202+ views
    Christian Post ^ | 05/06/2010 | Michelle A. Vu
    Ahead of the National Day of Prayer, Franklin Graham expressed dismay at how Islam is receiving preferential treatment by the Obama administration. The evangelist, who was recently disinvited from a Pentagon prayer event over past comments he made about Islam, pointed to the violence against Muslim women. “It’s just horrific,” Graham said to Newsmax.TV this week. “If you just take women alone … I just don’t understand why the president would be giving Islam a pass.” Graham wants the president to speak up for women and minorities living in Muslim countries instead of one-sidedly praising Islam. As a result of...
  • Yes, Virginia, there is a Jesus! [VA Gov. McDonnell lifts ban on chaplains praying in Jesus' name]

    04/30/2010 7:30:56 AM PDT · by rhema · 8 replies · 375+ views
    WORLD ^ | 4/30/10 | KEN BLACKWELL
    Virginia’s Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell is catching flak from the ACLU because it does not like the fact that he has lifted the ban on police chaplains praying in Jesus’ name. Virginia’s former Democratic Gov. Tim Kaine had issued the ruling in 2008, and the ACLU gang charges that McDonnell is giving in to conservatives and Christians in revoking the Jesus ban. Well, maybe another former Virginia governor influenced McDonnell—Thomas Jefferson. The author of Virginia’s famed Statute for Religious Freedom, Jefferson never tried to suppress Virginians’ or Americans’ free exercise of religion. In fact, as president in 1802, Jefferson invited...
  • White House drops Christian dating for Jewish proclamation

    05/03/2010 7:56:38 PM PDT · by Nachum · 13 replies · 740+ views
    Politico ^ | 5/3/10 | Ben Smith
    The White House, in the midst of an intense charm offensive aimed at the Jewish and pro-Israel communities, has dropped an archaic phrase that has, in the past, rankled Jewish groups. The use of the proclamation boilerplate "in the year of our Lord" for a celebration of Jewish Heritage Month had struck a slightly off-key note for Jewish groups in Obama's last proclamation, as in those of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.
  • Was America created to be a Christian nation?

    04/24/2010 9:26:19 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 22 replies · 431+ views
    TheCypressTimes.com ^ | 04/24/2010 | Bill Ellis
    One of the lead stories on ABC-TV evening news, April 20, 2010, raised questions about our early leader's plan for America to be a Christian nation. We can debate this issue endlessly. My suggestion is to look at the record. There was no attempt in the separation of church and state question to ever remove religion from its rightful place. That whole debate was to make sure that the state had no authority over the church. There is every indication that our leaders expected Christianity to be the leading religion of this new nation. Harvard University, founded in 1636, was...
  • Sarah Palin's 'Christian Nation' Remarks Spark Debate

    04/20/2010 5:32:20 PM PDT · by pissant · 113 replies · 2,037+ views
    Wash Post ^ | 4/20/10 | Ted Davis
    Is America a Christian nation? Sarah Palin said on Friday that it's "mind-boggling" to suggest otherwise. But two groups dedicated to the separation of church and state are now speaking out against her, arguing that she is misreading the founders' intent. "It's incredibly hypocritical that Sarah Palin, who disapproves of government involvement in just about anything, now suddenly wants the government to help people be religious," Barry Lynn, the executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, told ABC News. "It is wildly inconsistent with her views on limited government to get the government involved in matters...
  • God Bless Texas and the Texas Board of Education!!

    03/12/2010 9:09:52 AM PST · by Jim Robinson · 55 replies · 2,290+ views
    per Fox News Channel cable broadcast
    <p>Taking back our country, one state, one text book, twenty million young minds at a time!</p>
  • Is America A Christian Nation?

    02/09/2010 7:12:37 PM PST · by lono · 209+ views
    The Free Republic ^ | February 9, 2010 | Lono Ho'ala
    U.S. lawmakers are toughening their stance on Iran’s energy industry with new economic penalties, but experts doubt the Islamic regime will pay much attention and is more likely to open the doors even wider to other players eager to replace fleeing investors. Long on Congress’ radar screen, Iran is being targeted by two bills: The Senate’s Dodd-Shelby Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act passed in late January; and the House’s Iran Refined Petroleum Sanctions Act approved in December. The bottom line is these bills, once signed into law by President Obama, will pursue financial institutions and businesses that do...
  • Wallbuilders.com: 2010 Congress Pastors' Briefing Overview

    01/18/2010 1:31:58 PM PST · by Iraqs Inconvenient Truth. · 3 replies · 290+ views
    WallBuillders.com ^ | January 18, 2010 | David Barton (wallbuilders.com)
    For the past 6 years, WallBuilders has brought ministers from across the nation to Washington, D. C., for exclusive briefing sessions with some of the top Christian Senators and Representatives now serving in Congress. The Members brief pastors on a variety of issues related to Biblical values and share their hearts regarding their personal faith and its application in public office. Additionally, the Members impart practical information for pastors to carry home and implement in their communities and congregations. In conjunction with the Briefings, participants enjoy a private, evening Spiritual Heritage Tour of the United States Capitol with David...
  • Obama Declares Religious Freedom Day

    01/17/2010 10:34:46 AM PST · by fwdude · 22 replies · 626+ views
    The Christian Post ^ | Jan. 16, 2010 | Ethan Cole
    President Obama proclaimed Jan. 16 as Religious Freedom Day in the United States in commemoration of a statute passed by America’s forefathers that declared freedom of religion as a natural right of all humanity. “Long before our Nation’s independence, weary settlers sought refuge on our shores to escape religious persecution on other continents,” Obama said on Friday in a statement. “Recognizing their strife and toil, it was the genius of America’s forefathers to protect our freedom of religion, including the freedom to practice none at all.” In honor of Virginia’s 1786 Statute for Religious Freedom, the precursor to the First...
  • An Interview with Randall Terry

    12/17/2009 5:38:41 PM PST · by USALiberty · 9 replies · 393+ views
    The Forerunner ^ | Jay Rogers
    Randall Terry: People who reject the Law of God cannot bear to be consistent with their own lawless world. They'll say, "The seventh commandment, 'Thou shalt not commit adultery' -- that's not binding for today." But they don't want someone sleeping with their spouse. They don't want someone stealing their car. They don't want somebody usurping their parent's authority. So it's funny that they mock us, but in a world without the law of God, you have chaos, oppression tyranny and everyone doing what is right in their own eyes. And they cannot bear consistency with that chaotic world. It...
  • TWILIGHT ZONE

    10/11/2009 5:06:30 AM PDT · by Patriot1259 · 3 replies · 651+ views
    TheCypressTimes.com ^ | 10/11/2009 | Bill Turner
    If you are reading this, you are most likely the strength of America. Silent. Hard Working. Never before interested in politics. And, all you know of American history, you learned in school, and it is most likely very wrong. You can feel the urge stir within you, the desire to set things right. You may have attended a Tea Party, a march, even written to your people in Congress, but you feel this politics thing isn’t your cup of tea. America needs you to make politics your cup of tea. Marxism is spreading quickly in America, as the seeds were...
  • Yes We Are a Christian Nation

    08/21/2009 3:09:06 PM PDT · by Notoriously Conservative · 18 replies · 482+ views
    notoriouslyconservative.com ^ | 08 21 09 | Notoriously Conservative
    Do you recall when President Barack Obama was in Turkey, and said: "We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation or a Jewish nation or a Muslim nation. We consider ourselves a nation of citizens who are bound by ideals and a set of values." Really? I beg to differ. Consider the constitutions of all 50 states: Alabama 1901, Preamble We the people of the State of Alabama , invoking the favor and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish the following Constitution... Alaska 1956, Preamble We, the people of Alaska , grateful to God and to those who...
  • We Are All Hindus Now

    08/20/2009 9:05:25 PM PDT · by Clemenza · 43 replies · 1,077+ views
    Newsweek ^ | 8/15/09 | Lisa Miller
    America is not a Christian nation. We are, it is true, a nation founded by Christians, and according to a 2008 survey, 76 percent of us continue to identify as Christian (still, that's the lowest percentage in American history). Of course, we are not a Hindu—or Muslim, or Jewish, or Wiccan—nation, either. A million-plus Hindus live in the United States, a fraction of the billion who live on Earth. But recent poll data show that conceptually, at least, we are slowly becoming more like Hindus and less like traditional Christians in the ways we think about God, our selves, each...
  • One Nation Under God (Video) [Tell Obama to watch this video.]

    07/30/2009 11:40:35 AM PDT · by truthnomatterwhat · 3 replies · 338+ views
    What role did religion, specifically Christianity, play in America's foundation? This video explores the opinions of some of the most influential politicians, scholars, and thinkers in U.S. history. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-VSsMK8q0s
  • Is America a Christian Nation? David Barton

    07/09/2009 5:30:31 PM PDT · by jer33 3 · 31 replies · 3,400+ views
    In Touch Ministries ^ | July 2009 | David Barton
    Is America a Christian Nation? Many people don't think so today. The truth is, however, that our great nation was founded on principles that are all throughout the Bible. Author and historian David Barton highlights our christian heritage in this eye opening message.
  • Britain is no longer a Christian nation, claims Church of England Bishop

    06/27/2009 8:50:42 PM PDT · by ozguy · 46 replies · 1,398+ views
    telegraph.co.uk ^ | 27 Jun 2009 | Jonathan Wynne-Jones
    Britain is no longer a Christian nation and the Church of England could die out within a generation, an Anglican bishop has warned. The Rt Rev Paul Richardson said declining church attendance and the rise in multiculturalism meant that "Christian Britain is dead". He criticised his fellow bishops for failing to appreciate the scale of the crisis and warned that their inaction could seal the Church's fate. The General Synod, the Church's parliament, will next month consider proposals to cut the number of bishops and senior clergy amid fears over the Church's finances. Writing for The Sunday Telegraph, Bishop Richardson...
  • Britain is no longer a Christian nation

    06/27/2009 8:47:22 PM PDT · by ozguy · 11 replies · 837+ views
    telegraph.co.uk ^ | 27 Jun 2009 | Rt Rev Paul Richardson
    If recent trends are any guide, many Church of England parishes will have been cheered by higher attendances at Easter services. The last published statistics for 2006/7 show rises of 7 and 5 per cent in church going at Christmas and Easter. But these figures are just about the only signs of hope for the church and certainly not the first green shoots of a revival. Other statistics make for gloomy reading. Annual decline in Sunday attendance is running at around 1 per cent. At this rate it is hard to see the church surviving for more than 30 years...
  • America's debt to John Calvin

    06/21/2009 6:34:36 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 49 replies · 1,125+ views
    WORLD Magazine ^ | July 04, 2009 | John Piper
    In this year of John Calvin's 500th birthday, I don't know of a better place to read about his impact on America than Abraham Kuyper's Lectures on Calvinism given at Princeton Seminary in October 1898. Kuyper was a pastor, a journalist, the founder of the Free University of Amsterdam, and prime minister of the Netherlands. John Calvin and Martin Luther were the twin pillars of the Protestant Reformation. Why do fewer people speak of Luther's culture-shaping impact on America, but for centuries Calvin has been seen in this light? Kuyper argues, Luther's starting-point was the . . . principle of...
  • Our Judeo-Christian Nation

    06/18/2009 10:14:14 AM PDT · by NCjim · 7 replies · 595+ views
    Congressman Forbes asks the questions "Did America ever consider itself a Judeo-Christian nation?" and "If America was once a Judeo-Christian nation, when did it cease to be?" on the floor of the US House.
  • Our Judeo-Christian Nation

    06/14/2009 8:43:19 AM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 8 replies · 797+ views
    America's Independent Party ^ | June 14, 2009 | Congressman Randy Forbes
    Congressman Randy Forbes of Virginia asks the questions "Did America ever consider itself a Judeo-Christian nation?" and "If America was once a Judeo-Christian nation, when did it cease to be?" on the floor of the US House. MUST SEE VIDEO!
  • Judeo-Christian Heritage Bill Challenges Obama’s Claim That U.S. Is A Secular Nation

    06/14/2009 4:16:06 AM PDT · by Man50D · 11 replies · 866+ views
    CNSNews.com ^ | June 12, 2009 | Penny Starr and Monica Gabriel
    Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) believes that the United States is a nation founded on Judeo-Christian principles, and hopes that his sponsorship of a bill designating the first week in May as “America’s Spiritual Heritage Week” will make that belief official. “Our Founding Fathers unanimously said we have a Creator who gave us those rights,” Forbes told CNSNews.com, referring to the Declaration of Independence, which says, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” “If...