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Not a Prayer! Navy Rejects Secular Humanist Chaplain | Todd Starnes

Groups like the Freedom From Religion Foundation are actively trying everything they can do to remove or replace Christians from public life. These are very angry people who rage against the thought of anything Christian passing in front of their … Continue reading

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Courthouse Cafe Owners Face Eviction for Playing Christian Music

Oh, the nerve of those people! Trying to play Christian music in a cafe! All their customers want to do is sit down, have coffee and a snack, relax, and listen to a little rap music with explicit lyrics. Listen … Continue reading

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Universities Keep Kicking Christian Groups Off Their Campuses

The latest among these is Wayne State University. InterVarsity student fellowship has been a mainstay of campuses across the nation for many decades. They tend to be a not only biblically based organization, but also very open to debate and … Continue reading

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The Villification of Benign Christian Ministries by the Irreligious Left

In the link below, scroll further down in the article until you reach the short article at the end. It’s about a church in Louisville, Kentucky that started a coffee shop called The 930 and allowed music groups to play … Continue reading

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Wheaton College Wins Court Battle Over Obama’s Birth Control Mandate

This is actually a pretty big win. This is traditional religious freedom. Christians and other people who morally object to contraception at Wheaton College no longer have to pay for that in their insurance. There are 2 reasons Christians could … Continue reading

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Liberal anger at Billy Graham’s life indicates the hatred for biblically minded Christians

A generation ago, Billy Graham was revered by almost everyone in American society. Although not everybody was an evangelical Christian, they honored him for what he had done. A new generation now sees life without Christianity. And they want all … Continue reading

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Forced To Resign For Her Faith, This Magistrate Sued The State And Won

This is a great story about how a Christian stuck with her beliefs and won, all while trying to be reasonable in my the process. Http://thefederalist.com/2018/02/22/forced-to-resign-for-her-faith-this-magistrate-sued-the-state-and-won/

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Mike Pence, Tim Tebow, Tony Dungy have all been ‘Christian Shamed.’ This ugly form of bigotry must stop | Fox News

Anyone who has lived their lives publicly as a Christian has found some form of discrimination. It’s traditionally called persecution. Sometimes its mild. Sometimes it’s strong. Jesus told us to expect it. But we live in a country where persecution … Continue reading

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‘The View’ star Joy Behar mocks Mike Pence’s Christian faith: ‘That’s called mental illness’ | Fox News

I guess mocking someone’s faith is fair game these days. The ladies on The View seemed to love to mock anyone who is different from themselves. Joy Behar in particular does not seem to have any respect for Christians. http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/02/13/view-star-joy-behar-mocks-mike-pence-s-christian-faith-that-s-called-mental-illness.html

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Judge: Baker can refuse to make same-sex wedding cakes | The Sacramento Bee

This is great news. It’s a great ruling. It’s the exactly the same kind of logic we would like to see used with the upcoming Supreme Court case. Unfortunately, this is just a temporary ruling in this case in California. … Continue reading

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