In 2014, Judge Wayne Mack of Montgomery County, Texas, initiated a program that provided chaplains to grieving families at death scenes or during death call notifications. He also invited the chaplains to conduct the invocation for his court sessions. In May 2019, an unnamed attorney contacted the atheist group, Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), arguing
Attacks against Christians and Christian churches in Europe reached records highs in 2019. New research from GIIPC found approximately 3,000 violent acts against European Christians in 2019, including looting, vandalism, and arson. Many of the incidents went unreported by the media. According to the report: “Violence against Christian sites is most widespread in France, where churches, schools,
Sabold Elementary School in Springfield, Pennsylvania has always allowed students and teachers to announce “God Bless America” after the morning Pledge of Allegiance. Faculty and students enjoyed the opportunity to show their patriotism while proudly expressing an important aspect of their lives - religion. That changed this month when Principal Peter Brigg’s school bowed to
How do we know there is a God? Because logic tells us God is real (and atheist arguments are illogical).
There are a multitude or arguments seeking to prove there is a god. The complexity of our great planet, the complicated laws of nature, the intricate DNA encoding in living animals, and the miracles Jesus presented on earth are all offered as proof that God is real. But logically, could there really be a power
The parable of the sower and why Jesus used parables – Christian development depends on character. (Matthew 13:1 – 13:23)
After chastising the Pharisees because they asked for a sign, Jesus went out of the house and sat by the lake. Large crowds gathered around him, so he got into a boat while the people stood on the shore. He told them many things in parables, including the parable of the sower. A farmer went out
Did John the Baptist and Jesus conspire to create the Messiah story? Here’s where atheist logic breaks down.
Detractors and non-believers claim that John the Baptist and Jesus conspired to create the Messiah story. They point out that John the Baptist and Jesus were cousins, born only months apart. They highlight that the two grew up together, played together, and naturally would have had their systems of belief coalesce as part of their
The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) (and their employees) lead newsworthy anti-Christian campaigns against schools, government bodies, religious organizations, and anyone else they feel violates their atheistic (or as they would call it, non-theistic) principles. Outwardly, they claim to fight for the separation of church and state using the Establishment Clause as their primary tool. However,
Don’t mess with Texas – Students at Texas school fly Christian flags to spite atheist organization’s legal campaign against their school
FFRF (Freedom from Religion Foundation) has slithered back into Texas, this time to battle LaPoynor High School in an attempt to force the LaRue, Texas school to remove a Christian cross flag flown during a “See You at the Pole” event. However, students at the school refused to back down and took it upon themselves
The big list of anti-religious/un-Christian businesses, celebrities, and geographic locations in the U.S.
The Christian tenets to love and forgive guide us to “hate the sin, not the sinner”. However, with morality seemingly collapsing all around us, Christians must recognize that tolerance and acceptance of ever-changing societal “norms” can never be allowed to infringe upon our beliefs and when they do, we must make our voices heard. Admittedly, this is difficult to do in a
An atheist activist for the separation of church and state has placed a purposefully-disrespectful update-down cross on the lawn of Hallandale Beach City Hall in Florida. The man, Chaz Stevens, told the Sun Sentinel: “This is terrible, isn’t it? It’s pretty tacky. We were going for tacky. It’s horrible looking. I love it.” The 6-foot tall cross,