County Clerk Tests The Limits of Religious Freedom by Refusing to Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

“Regardless of what any man puts on a piece of paper, the law of nature is not going to change.” – County Clerk Kim Davis The government will never compel someone to violate their sincerely held religious beliefs. That’s what we’ve been told by every single liberal since the battle for same-sex marriage began. Well, look how that’s turned out. We have Christian bakers run out of business, Christian florists antagonized, and a Mennonite couple whose wedding chapel has been forced out of business. Those Read more […]

Christian Bakery “Mentally Raped” Lesbian Couple

When the judge ordered the Christian-owned Sweet Cakes Bakery to fork over $135,000 to the enraged and emotionally damaged lesbian couple, the business was forced to shut down. A GoFundMe page in support of the business also had to be shut down, because according to GoFundMe’s policy, donation pages are not allowed for those who are in “violation of the law.” Since this bakery refused to cater a same-sex wedding, they were in “violation of the law.” Get a load of the symptoms that this Read more […]

RFRAs, Discrimination, and Equality

A religious freedom bill movement is sweeping the nation in an attempt to protect the free exercise of religion against liberal bullying. And it too is coming up against liberal bullying. Tim Cook is the latest person to argue against religious freedom restoration acts (RFRAs), but he’s not alone. Some cities and states are mulling over whether to boycott RFRA states either politically or economically. It’s sort of a pre-discrimination discrimination policy. A “How do you like it when it happens Read more […]

Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) Protects Wife Abusers?

A new act in the Georgia legislature, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), was designed to protect the right of religious people to exercise their beliefs without molestation from the government. But some critics are condemning the act, saying its wording would actually protect any behavior a person claimed was connected to his religion—like child and wife abuse, for instance. Some legal commentators have said that the law would give a pass to spousal and child abusers, as long as the Read more […]

Arizona’s Religious Protection Bill Is A Good Idea, But Is It Dangerous?

“If people are informed they will do the right thing. It’s when they are not informed that they become hostages to prejudice.” – Charlayne Hunter Gault How do you know when a line has been crossed? What does it take to spark fear in your mind that what is being done is ill-conceived, or even misguided? Generally speaking, it is easy for me to make judgments based on my morals, which have been forged in the fire of the word of God. In most circumstances, I can discern the correct direction with Read more […]

Our Future? Street Preacher In London Arrested For Listing Homosexuality As Sin

A London police spokesman announced it thus: “Police were called to Wimbledon Hill Road, SW19, at approximately 16.40 on Monday, July 1, following reports of a man speaking through a public address system who was alleged to have made homophobic comments. Officers attended and arrested the man, aged 49, on suspicion of offences under the Public Order Act. He was taken to a south-west London police station and spoken to by officers before being released with no further action later the same day.” In Read more […]

Military Will Prosecute Christians For Sharing Their Faith

Luke, chapter 6, verse 22 reads: “Blessed are you when people hate you and when they exclude you and revile you and spurn your name as evil, on account of the son of man.” Going all the way back to biblical times, Christians have suffered under continuous persecution. That is simply a way of life. Even today, in many countries around the world, Christians must practice their faith under cover, and in secret, for fear of government persecution. There are even countries–specifically in the Middle Read more […]