Amendment allows freedom of religion
This is regarding the guest column on July 25. Oh, please, here we have another individual who is a leader of a group called, mistakenly, “The Religious Freedom Group,” with an agenda that is decidedly anti-Christian, pontificating on a survey sponsored by his group.
We do live in a society that has been inundated with propaganda about lifestyle choices and hate-filled messages about evil Christians in our media, government agencies, schools and judicial system and yes, even in some of our churches, those who preach only about love and have, usually for monetary reasons, forgotten what Jesus said about obeying the father (look in Romans for those who haven’t really read the Bible.)
Yes, our society is being manipulated into believing homosexuality is OK, but even if the majority eventually come to believe it’s OK, if one takes the time to again read the First Amendment, you might find that it mentions something about not passing any law abridging the free exercise of religion (that means I can conduct my life and what I do, or don’t do, or think, or believe, or support, or not support according to my religious beliefs no whatever what)!
No law can usurp my religious beliefs! I ask, just whose religious freedom does this group represent? In truth, shouldn’t they, if honesty means anything anymore, call themselves the Freedom from Religion Group?