Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AC) “is calling on the Internal Revenue Service to look into allegations that Bellevue Baptist Church in Cordova, Tenn., is violating restrictions for posting a link to a pro-family organization on its website.” What restrictions? The First Amendment does not prohibit churches from speaking out on any […]
“Three Christian crosses that stood on state property next to a scenic overlook in north San Diego County for decades were removed by California Department of Transportation workers earlier this week.” Do you see the irony? The County of San Diego, that is, the County of Saint James? We keep hearing how some of the […]
It seems that every time there is a council meeting the issue of prayer comes up. A Christian prays in Jesus’ name during the meeting and the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State jump in and dub these prayers unconstitutional. What does the Constitution really say? Watch Vantage Point to find […]
Commissioners from Forsyth County in North Carolina appeared before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit to appeal a District Court’s decision to bar commissioners from opening public meetings with prayers prayed in Jesus’ name. The ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State argued (naturally) that sectarian prayers to any […]
Update: I just received a copy of the Spring 2010 (10.3) issue of The Social Contract. The Editor read about American Vision being included on the SPLC “hate” list and sent me a copy. It’s a comprehensive expose of the SPLC. For more information, go to www.TheSocialContract.com New Jersey has passed an aggressive anti-bullying statute. […]
The ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State are asking the IRS to investigate Liberty University for their encouragement of student voting. Gary dismantles the reasoning behind this complaints and talks about the hope for upcoming Christian lawyers to battle organizations like the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
The following news item from the OneNewsNow site should bring a cheer. We are not to be doormats for Jesus. WASHINGTON, DC – The group Americans United for Separation of Church and State wants the Internal Revenue Service to review Liberty University‘s tax-exempt status because the Christian school revoked its recognition of a student-run Democratic club. […]
The Christmas season brings out the best and worst in people; it also brings out the ACLU, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF). In fact, Annie Laurie Gaylor, co-president of the FFRF, states, "The state shouldn’t have a Christmas anything. It’s not supposed to observe religious holidays."
Today is Black Friday, the start of the Christmas shopping season. Every year about this time, there rises a hue and cry about the "commercialization" of Christmas, accompanied by impassioned pleas to get back to the "real meaning" of the celebration.
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to stop Cobb County, Georgia, from opening its meetings with prayers that mention Jesus or use other sectarian
Publishing and distributing biblical worldview training materials is our number one priority at American Vision. Why? The following email from Joseph in Pennsylvania says it all.
Last week I used the Titanic metaphor
Luckily, 42 to 3 isn’t the final score as yet in this battle for ascendancy in culture, but it is late in the 4th quarter with U.S. Christians needing to decide if they’re going to get serious about a victory-in-culture game plan or not. The ACLU wouldn’t be this far out front, in fact it would be impotent, if our side had an offense and defense.
It’s been said that you can tell a book by its cover. You can also tell a book by those who endorse it. Consider Alan Dershowitz’s Blasphemy: How the Religious Right is Hijacking our Declaration of Independence.
I think we should let the evolutionists have their way. They oppose any mention of creation in government schools, even rejecting the notion of Intelligent Design. They see the Scopes Trial of 1925 as the turning point for the upsurge in evolutionary legitimacy.
The controversy over the role that religion plays in politics is an old one. Jesus was accused of subverting the political order by “misleading [the] nation and forbidding [people] to pay taxes to Caesar, and saying that He Himself is Christ, a King” (Luke 23:2). Christians were accused of promoting the idea that there was “another king, Jesus” (Acts 17:7).