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The freedom to get the gospel out. God has given us that freedom, and in many ways, it has been used wisely—no one can argue the fact that America is the number one exporter of the gospel.
We recently remembered the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination, and in that context, we do well to remember what he stood for: It was not just a message of racial equality. It was a message of freedom.
Freedom is a very spiritual thing. It’s a part of our being made in the glorious image of our Maker. Nevertheless, with the gift of liberty there also comes danger.
Free people consent. But freedom comes from virtue. Freedom without virtue is anarchy. And anarchy ends in brutality and tyranny.
Jefferson was fiercely opposed to a government that would dictate what Americans believe. Determined to give his new country the freedom England would not, he wrote the Virginia Statute on Religious Freedom.
Author and radio host Eric Metaxas tells CBN News that in the wake of a mass shooting like the one in Las Vegas, Americans should not be tempted to give up their freedom in order to be protected.
[…]purpose of the post being to advocate for religious liberty broadly, Governor Brownback noted that some on the Committee focused on other issues.
Expressing an idea that Ronald Reagan often communicated, Wojtyła said that there is a universal aspiration for freedom:
Militant homosexual and transgender activists in action- Faith and freedom are certainly under persecution by these groups.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
Joseph Stalin once said: ‘America is like a healthy body, and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life.’
So many governments and dictators try to destroy Christians: Christians believe freedom comes from God and it cannot be taken away.
As we celebrate our nation’s independence, the 241st birthday of the United States of America, “How do we maintain and pass this torch of freedom to the next generation?”
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof (emphasis added). That’s our First Amendment right – it’s called the freedom of religion.
I’m a fantasy writer. I make things up–the wilder, the better. Years ago, I was a horror writer. I made up things that were intended to be scary.
Freedom, of course, is not free. It has been bought and paid for. The freedoms we enjoy in America are ours because of those who laid down their lives in service to our country.
Conservatives often praise the concept of liberty. I understand their intent, but I have to ask if we are properly understanding liberty.
Our governments are a matter of God-endowed right, deriving their authority from the “laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”
The vice provost of New York University, one Ulrich Baer, has declared that trampling on free speech “ensures the conditions of free speech.”
Since Egypt we have become slaves again, lived under the rule of iron-fisted tyrants and forgotten what the very idea of freedom means.
Trump must keep the promise he made at the prayer breakfast: “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
Isn’t it time to abandon this dangerous course and return to the original Bill of Rights?
One could conversely surmise that where the Spirit of the Lord is not, there is no freedom.
Where is the Spirit of God in America?
There have been numerous reports (and denials by the Left) that No-Go Zones (run by Sharia Courts) exist in Europe. Current examples include:
Thomas Jefferson and other founders warned about threats to our freedom. Jefferson noted that the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.
The state of Mississippi passed a religious freedom protection law and the leftist media and Democrat politicians have come out in full force to malign, smear and slander the citizens of that state and their leaders.
Whenever one hears the word “libertarian” we often think of a political philosophy that promotes freedom and opportunity and favors less government. Indeed, it’s become “cool” in many youth oriented circles on the right to claim to be a libertarian and not one of those “stuffy” social conservatives. Lisa Kennedy Montgomery, AKA “Kennedy,” is a classic in this regard.
The Sacramento department of public assistance has lost an appeal by a religious employee who was required to promote abortions to pregnant women currently on welfare.
Only liberals use the word “dominionist.” The way liberals use it as a pejorative and the misinterpretation of applying it..