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Religious Liberty in jeopardy with further attacks

religious-freedom

Attacks on individuals, and Christian organizations continue to call into questions religious liberty in the United States. A controller of a company issues an investigation on prominent Christian group.

To read about the most recent attack on a Christian organization CLICK HERE . It seems those who demand tolerance, want it only on their terms. This is not tolerance, freedom of religion or free speech, but rather an attempt to censor and silence any opposition to a particular ideology.

What do you think about this?

Criminal charges filed against priest praying outside an abortion center

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Praying Priest Jailed
An Anglican priest jailed last month occurred because he was praying outside an abortion center in California.

Pro-life Ministry
Legalized abortion creates an opportunity for those in the pro life ministry to pray or minister to those hurt by abortion.  Some members of various prolife ministries engage in sidewalk counseling or simply praying outside abortion centers. Over time, those who serve in the front lines of these ministries have seen efforts to chip away at religious freedom. While the constitution protects a woman’s right to abort her child, the constitution also provides rights to peaceably assemble and pray in public.

Lifenews.com
Lifenews.com recently reported on an incidence involving the arrest, jailing, and fining of an Anglican Priest in California for praying outside an abortion center and talking to those entering the center.

CLICK HERE for the full story.

 

 

Good Friday to be removed from town’s calendar

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All About the Grace Editor

Is Christianity under attack under the guise of inclusivity? This is a question worth reflecting as an ongoing trend continues to emerge across the United States to remove civic markers which identify our culture’s Christian heritage. One Indiana town intends to remove “Good Friday” and “Columbus Day” from its calendar as a way of being ‘inclusive.’

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