Yes, stupidest thing ever since Islam wants to rule the world, and Satanism is inimical to all sane culture.
But the reality is that you live in the US and in the US, Thank God!, we do have freedom of religion. That means that in the US Satanism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, animism, atheism, agnosticism all have equal standing with Christianity.
Sorry Faith but fortunately that is the Law of the Land.
As long as we now apply the same standards to requests from any other religious group it will be lawful. But as soon as some fools turn down a request from the local Madrassa the whole concept of Religious Freedom will be tested.
Unfortunately there is a possibility, maybe even a likelihood that that could well happen. Remember "It can't happen here"?
The biggest threat to the continuation of the US as a free nation is the rise of a Charismatic Christian politician.
A simple critique of the Humanist Manifestos (there have been three) is as follows:
quote:These “Humanist Manifestos” are not intended to serve as a timeless doctrine for humanists to follow, but rather seek to identify shared goals around which humanist-leaning people might choose to rally and work for the progress of society.
Re: The Beginning of the death of freedom in the USA
No, I believe it is not a free country any more when a Christian cannot obey God without being punished for it, as the businesses who refused to cater a gay wedding were punished..
But it was not "Christians", rather just a simple cultist Chapter of Club Christian. They were treated no differently that other Christian cults that have practices that break laws like dancing with venomous serpents, drinking poison or practicing polygamy.
It is not God's Law you are obeying but simply the dogma of your particular Chapter of Club Christian.
Christianity is not fully supportable by or through evidence. Christianity is a tested belief. A belief validated through scripture, the experience of believers, and countless testimonies that corroborate each other despite having separate incidents and locations.
Word Salad with absolutely no meaning.
I am a Christian. I support my position based on what is actually written in the Bible.
So far you have failed to present a single Apologist that seems to believe what is actually written in the Bible.
Supernatural manifestations are one of the clearest signs that point to the reality of God's presence among us.
Then present that evidence and the evidence that shows it is a supernatural manifestation.
Though you claim to be a believer, you lean more towards their side than you do the apologists, not all of whom lie and misrepresent anything.
Then present the evidence that shows an Apologist actually supports what is really written in the Bible and does not just make up shit to explain that the Bible does not mean what it actually says?