If one believes that the Bible is the inerrant word of God, there are at least eight references concerning the unborn child. It is a matter of interpretation of scripture as to the actual meaning. I could find nowhere in the Christian Bible or the Quran or the Torah is an accurate statement of when life begins. Continue reading
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So where is the line drawn as between criticisms of Israel as being a political or an anti-Semitic statement? Continue reading
The requirement of forcing the naming of the plaintiffs in only Church/State separation cases denies that person or persons equal protection that is given in all other civil law suits. Continue reading
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In April 2015 Alternet.com wrote; “The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) recently released an in-depth report on terrorism in the United States. Covering April 2009 to February 2015, the report (titled “The Age of the Wolf”) found that during that … Continue reading
It is up to the citizens of Missouri to recognize that Christianity is not the sole religion of this state. Continue reading
The president’s speech last night was the best example of fear mongering I have seen in a long time and I taught Public Speaking for over 25-years. I watched it, along with the Democratic rebuttal and the analysis from a … Continue reading
As many of my regular readers know, I am an advocate for the absolute separation of church and state. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of God, any god, as a propaganda tool for the United States. … Continue reading
The Newsweek article was interesting. The premise is that the white evangelicals Protestants are losing the younger generation of voters, the millennials. In fact, there has been a religious downward trend of evangelical whites for some time. Missouri, the middle … Continue reading
There is no war on Christmas or Christianity. There is a war on the Constitution of the United States and the First Amendment. The City of Ozark, Missouri (located south of Springfield, MO) and the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) … Continue reading