September 28, 2011

Freedom-Fighting Secularists In Action!

Be inspired! We can't have any of that nasty old Bible stuff displayed in a business. And we certainly cannot allow people to show respect when someone prays, no siree! Here are a couple of stories about brave heroes making certain that "religion" is kept in its place. (Why it's the Christian "religion" that is kept in its place but Islam runs rampant...I dunno.) The first in Lancashire, UK:
Police have threatened a Christian cafe owner with arrest –for displaying passages from the Bible on a TV screen.
Jamie Murray was warned by two police officers to stop playing DVDs of the New Testament in his cafe following a complaint from a customer that it was inciting hatred against homosexuals. 

Mr Murray, 31, was left shocked after he was questioned for nearly an hour by the officers, who arrived unannounced at the premises.
Let's applaud the secularists for interfering with someone daring to stand up for his beliefs! Read the rest of "Police Tell Café Owner: Stop Showing Bible DVDs, Or We Will Have to Arrest You" here. A video report is here. Addendum: Police gave a bit of an apology, here.


And now for another one:
Several public high school football coaches in Westmoreland, Tenn. are in trouble for bowing their heads during a student-led prayer before a recent game.
According to local NBC affiliate WSMV, the coaches didn’t say anything aloud themselves, but bowed their heads in observance alongside the students.
Word got back to the principal and the school district, which found the coaches’ participation to be an uncomfortable mix of religion and public school.
“We’ve been telling our principals to kind of be looking for those things, because that is kind of a shift in how things have been done,” district spokesman Jeremy Johnson told WSMV. “It can in no way appear like it’s endorsed by Sumner County Schools personnel.”
Wow, those school officials are really brave in the face of pure evil! Let's applaud them. Read the rest of "High School Coaches in Trouble for Bowing Their Heads During Student-Led Prayer in Tennessee" here.

September 26, 2011

Atheists Attempting to Stop Free Speech AGAIN

Buona sera. This nonsense constantly amazes me. It also adds fuel to my fire that atheists are opposed to freedom of speech. Since they are unable to engage in rational, civil discourse, they resort to their tired, annoying tricks of maligning the person (or organization) instead. Atheists call themselves "rational", "free thinkers" and other misnomers, and then engage in irrational "arguments". In fact, they appear to oppose freedom of thought.


Atheists say that they believe in science and in the human mind. Well, the spirit of scientific inquiry does not mean "smash the opposition instead of examining the evidence". But, since evolution is ill-supported and unscientific, it must be bolstered by data manipulation and outright fraud. No wonder they fear creationists, refusing to listen to their evidence.


By the way, what is this "scientific inquiry" attitude of attempting to dismiss all creationism as "a lie"? Are atheists stupid? Intolerant? Afraid? All of the above? Disagreement over scientific data is just that, disagreement, not a lie. Further, they attack Christians and creationism without even knowing what is actually taught, and believed. I've posted articles at Piltdown Superman that were dismissed by atheists without even reading them. Atheists must have magical powers to be able to do that!


They pull this and other childish behavior, annoying the majority of the population. After that, they cry because they are not respected. Guess what, Buttercup? Respect must be earned.


I honestly and firmly believe that atheists want to shut down free speech for Christians, and especially for creationists. Well, I'd better stop before I get too steamed.
 
Read more about these "free thinkers" and their crazy antics with
"Atheists 'Picket' San Diego Creation Museum Celebration", here. After that, you can read the comments by Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis, here.

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