SNIPER ALERT! You have a bulls eye painted on your heart, and your faith is the target. The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) is an atheistic and anti-god organization that has launched a vicious assault designed to silence any expression of faith in the public square.
FFRF is more evangelistic in their efforts to remove God than many Christians are in sharing their faith. They encourage their membership to contact any business or magazine that casts religion in a favorable light.
Even the Saturday Evening Post and AARP have felt the wrath of FFRF:
- AARP published an article: “The Paradox of Prayer: A Pilgrimage” and FFRF admonished its membership to contact AARP to express their displeasure.
- The cover story in the most recent addition of the Saturday Evening Post focuses on the power of prayer. FFRF has mocked the article and it’s asking its members to write a letter of protest to the editor.
When FFRF co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor went to Northern Illinois University to give a speech, she stayed at the Holmes Student Center Hotel. When she found a copy of the Bible in her room she was angered and shocked.
Poor little Annie found the presence of the Bible to be obnoxious, inappropriate and unconstitutional since it was made available in state-run lodging. She made the assertion that the Bible was proselytizing her in the privacy of her bedroom.
Poor little Annie is an orphan-maker: She is attempting to get Bibles banned from public hotel rooms.
The actions of the FFRF have caught the attention of the American Center for Law and Justice, and it’s speaking out for the rich Christian heritage of the USA: “We’ve been defending constitutionally protected religious speech at the Supreme Court for decades. Now, we’re sending these universities a critical legal letter to protect the Bible.”
You can help protect your Christian liberties by signing a petition here.
The actions of FFRF stand in stark contrast to the sentiment of John Adams, our second President: “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion . . . Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
It’s time to stand up and speak out before your free speech becomes a crime.