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

Federal Court rules in atheist organization lawsuit – 40-foot cross in World War I veterans memorial must be torn down

On Wednesday, October 18, 2017, the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond, Virginia ruled that a cross erected in a public memorial in the 1920’s violated the Establishment Clause and was unconstitutional. The lawsuit was brought by a Washington-based atheist organization, American Humanist Association (AHA), who base

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

Atheist group seeks to remove “under God” from Pledge of Allegiance using “discrimination” argument

Atheist group, American Humanist Association, is seeking to have the words “under God” removed from the Pledge of Allegiance in Massachusetts citing “discrimination”. The case will be argued on the premise that the pledge violates the Equal Rights Amendment of the Massachusetts Constitution. It is the first such case to be tried on the state

Gay-marriage opponent, Orson Scott Card, denounced in media for his stance on same-sex marriage

Orson Scott Card, author of the best-selling sci-fi novel, Ender's Game, issued an official statement to Entertainment Weekly regarding his stated opposition to same-sex marriage.  In response, several media outlets have misrepresented his statement as a "plea for tolerance" as the highly-anticipated movie-adapted version of Ender's Game nears its debut.  More accurately, Card pondered whether