Eagle Forum Legislative Alerts

Thursday, June 06, 2013

The ACLU's War on Christianity

I recently interviewed Dr. Jerome Corsi on my Saturday Eagle Forum Live radio talk program about his latest book. It's called Bad Samaritans: The ACLU's Relentless Campaign to Erase Faith from the Public Square. The ACLU wants us to believe that its purpose is to defend civil rights. In reality, the ACLU's goal is to push God out of public life. The ACLU is doing this through lawsuits filed all over the country against any religious words or events or monuments in any public place, park, building, road, or school. The purpose is to drive Christians inside their churches, where it will be OK to say a prayer after we close the doors, but we would be forbidden to say anything Christian where anybody else could hear it or see it. The ACLU is relentless in making sure that no one ever acknowledges God or Jesus Christ in public schools. Dr. Corsi's book is filled with news about the specific lawsuits that have been filed against any mention of anything religious. No one is immune from this attack, not the high school coach who prays before a game, not the teacher who may have a Bible on her desk, not even the first grader who brings a valentine to school that says "Jesus loves me." The First Amendment was designed by our Founding Fathers to defend and protect our "free exercise" of religion, but the ACLU is trying to get the meaning of the First Amendment changed to mean freedom from religion.

If you've read my latest book, called No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom, you know that this ACLU goal fits perfectly with Barack Obama's plan to secularize America. I highly recommend Dr. Jerome Corsi's new book called Bad Samaritans about the ACLU's campaign to erase faith from the public square. Christians need to know that our religion is under attack and take steps to preserve our First Amendment "free exercise" of religion.

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