Disappointing News

28 Oct

“I stand with Dr. Eric Walsh’s freedom to believe and live according to his deeply-held beliefs. The demand that he hand over his sermons, sermon notes, and all pastoral documents including his Bible represents a government intrusion into the sanctity of the church, pastor’s study, and pulpit,” reads the petition to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.

“Heavy-handed tactics like this have the effect of intimidating and silencing people of faith everywhere. Such targeting of the pulpit by the government is unconscionable, and I urge you to use all means of your authority to correct this egregious overreach of the state into church affairs.”

As The Christian Post reported on Wednesday, Walsh is a leading health expert who was previously appointed to President Obama’s Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDs, but the state’s Department of Public Health ended up rescinding his employment after it investigated his Christian views on marriage.

Despite Trump’s failings this should tell Christians to elect him over Clinton. Christians are not being given their equal rights nor treated fairly in a country that is known for its religious freedom.  This is the kind of story that we heard about when the old iron curtain existed and the communists tried to wipe out christianity, why it is happening in a democratic pro-religious country is beyond explanation except that it seems the christian free ride is over

2 responses to “Disappointing News

  1. Ashley Haworth-roberts

    October 28, 2016 at 10:53 pm

    Only fascists and utter fools would vote for Trump. A pathological liar. Who has no respect for half the electorate (the female half).

    • theologyarchaeology

      October 31, 2016 at 2:01 am

      sounds like someone is describing clinton not trump.

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