President Obama‚Äôs Pentagon recently released a statement threatening military personnel: ‚ÄúReligious proselytization is not permitted within the Department of Defense ‚Ä¶ Court Martials and nonjudicial punishments are decided on a case-by-case basis.‚ÄĚ
The overwhelming consensus among scientists, whether they believe in God or deny Him, is that the ‚ÄúBig Bang‚ÄĚ moment of singularity is the only feasible explanation to account for the universe and everything in it. All things material must have a beginning and an end.
There are three points to be made here. One, there can be no comparison between the fight for racial equality and the movement for same-sex marriage. Two, supporting the traditional definition of marriage is not the same (or even akin) to supporting institutionalized racism. Three, concerns about religious liberty are both sincere and valid, especially regarding the social trends Michaelson discusses in both his article and a related report he recently released.
In each of the four Gospels, Jesus comes into conflict with those who are identified as ‚Äúthe rulers of the Jews,‚ÄĚ yet it is only in the Gospel of John that the conflict unfurls like a courtroom trial. John presents a number of witnesses who testify concerning the identity of Jesus.
God left us no room for misinterpretation. Empty praises are meaningless, particularly when our actions contradict the nature, Word, and will of God, such as what your policies have done, from the time you were a U.S. Senator to this present day, Mr. President.
We seldom, if ever witness the atheist bully attack Muslims. Bullies don‚Äôt typically attack when they know there will be an open and active response. We don‚Äôt witness the bully attacking Hindus. This would be politically incorrect and morally repugnant.
As a result of Ohio‚Äôs Republican Senator Rob Portman‚Äôs declaration last week that he now supports homosexual marriage, I am once again compelled to ask: Why are Christians and conservatives constantly apologizing for what they believe?