“The only foundation for ... a republic is to be laid in Religion,” warned Founding Father Benjamin Rush. We’re losing that foundation, however, with yet another survey showing that irreligiosity has been burgeoning in America — especially in recent years.
Mormon leadership has announced a major shift in church policy concerning same-sex “marriage” and the baptism of the children of homosexual LDS church members.
A Christian representative in the Pennsylvania legislature has been denounced over the prayer she offered during a swearing-in ceremony for a Muslim lawmaker.
The networks that broadcast nonstop advertising for Viagra, films that advocate promiscuity, and mega-violent movies filled with soft porn have rejected advertisements for Unplanned, the film about a Planned Parenthood clinic director who quit the job and took up the pro-life cause.
The San Antonio city council voted to exclude Chick-fil-A from the city’s airport because the company donates to Christian organizations.
Democrats in Congress are pushing “equality” legislation that critics say would criminalize Christianity, Islam, and Judaism by forcing virtually every institution in society — including churches — to hire, serve, and promote homosexuals and individuals confused about their gender. A number of analysts have warned that by enshrining “sexual orientation” in the statute, even pedophilia and pederasty could be protected. In the House of Representatives, Democrats already have more than enough co-sponsors to pass the bill. And in the Senate, they are getting very close. But a massive coalition of critics from across the political spectrum and a broad array of religious traditions is rising up to stop it before it is too late.
Among other changes, the so-called Equality Act, also known as H.R. 5 in the House and S. 788 in the Senate, purports to “prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation.”
Undermining Christianity is part of the plan of the Left to build a new world order, according to Michael Horowitz in his new book Dark Agenda.
Although an event at San Diego State University doesn’t explicitly ban white people, it is billed as a “safe space for students and faculty of color to discuss issues that impact persons of color in higher academia.”
VIDEO - In this interview with The New American foreign correspondent Alex Newman, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers President Reggie Littlejohn noted that New York's radical new abortion law is “more hideous” than even infanticide programs in China. The reason is that even the mass-murdering Communist Chinese dictatorship does not murder the baby as it is being born, as New York law now permits. “This has become known as a 'birthday abortion,' and I just think it is inhumane and it's hideous that members of their legislature actually got up and cheered,” she said. Littlejohn also condemned the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Planned Parenthood for their participation in Communist China's monstrous forced-abortion programs.
At a time when legal experts say it’s increasingly likely that Roe v. Wade will be overturned, the film Unplanned about former Planned Parenthood director-turned-pro-life-activist Abby Johnson is generating controversy and even an “R” rating.
A church is suing the state of Washington over a law forcing the church to pay for abortion coverage as part of the employee health plan it offers.