There are churches on almost every street in almost every town in the US, all of them tax exempt. The government does not interfere except in asking that those churches be safe for public gathering and be insured. Not a single one has been padlocked or told not to teach the gospel. Bibles are for sale in bookstores, and even in Walmart, but most churches will give them away to whoever wants one. Billboards that proclaim the gospel are seen on our nations highways, and there must be 30 religious channels on cable and satellite TV. People put nativity scenes in their yards, statues of Mary in their flower beds, Jesus fish on their cars and crucifixes on their walls. Hollywood makes Christian themed movies and bookstores are full of Christian novels and nonfiction books on spiritual matters. Where exactly is the persecution?
So you think the government is preventing the teaching of the gospel, con? Got any evidence to back that up?
When you can tell me how your badgering of alprova about your bible is on topic you will have a point, con.
Way to stay on topic, con.
The government is not trying to prevent people from teaching the gospel. Take off your tinfoil hat.
Please put a sock in it, conservative.
I don't know if y'all noticed, but no comments are possible on today's editorial in the FP. I think that's telling.
This is as much about bible bashing as the separation of church and state is about Christian persecution.
Clay do right and left cartoons? Why aren't you asking Cal Thomas to write both conservative and liberal columns?
Deciding the bible is not important is not "bible bashing". Get a grip.