Monday, December 24, 2007

Christians have no business in the White House

In 2007, a U.S. judge ordered the Secret Service to disclose records of visits by certain Christian leaders to the White House. According to those initiating the complaint, visiting Christian leaders have the potential to significantly influence the President and others who are leading our country. Under their loosely-defined definition of Separation of Church and State, they are attempting to prevent Christian leaders from influencing policies and laws that are contrary to secular standards. In effect, they are suggesting that discussions between Christian leaders and government leaders are illegal under the provisions of the First Amendment. Shadow Truth wants to destroy any and all Christian influence on our society. Our Founding Fathers fought for our right to express our religious beliefs, not suppress them. If current trends continue, the Church will be excluded from everything meaningful in life and God will be no more than a mythical figment of our forefathers’ imaginations.

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