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I have already addressed the current display of government-manipulated hate and division taking place across America. I also brought a very pertinent and powerful message that addresses this subject from a Biblical perspective—a perspective that, sadly, even most pastors choose to ignore, and, by so doing, contribute to the ongoing division that …
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Activist courts, taking on more power than they ought to have under the Constitution, have helped turn America into a moral swamp.
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The time is coming – and soon – when the court will have to wade into the bigger clash between religious liberty and same-sex marriage. When it does, let’s hope it agrees with the majority of Americans, who understand that – regardless of what you think about marriage – no one should be forced to violate revealed and established biblical truth.
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With more constitutional decisions coming from the Supreme Court, constitutional adversaries might get on board and demand more constitutional, limited government.
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I don’t know about you, but I dread continually having to point out what the federal government and its agencies are doing wrong. This week, I’m glad to say I get to bring something they are doing right. President Donald Trump’s DOJ filed an amicus brief with the High Court …
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On the radio show I participate in on Friday mornings, my fellow commentators and I were answering the question, “What were the worst Supreme Court decisions of all time?” Now that is a difficult question because there are so many bad decisions to choose from – Dred Scott, Roe, v. …
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On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court struck down a lower court’s ruling that homosexual couples are entitled to marriage benefits. In the case of Jack Pidgeon and Larry Hicks v. Mayor Sylvester Turner and the City of Houston, the court said that the US Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges …
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For many Christians, the question has never been about whether people can marry the same sex. The idea has nothing to do with legal language. It has to do with the definition of marriage. Two people of the same sex cannot marry because what they do is not marriage. Marriage …
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The American government has suspended Justice Roy Moore For refusing to bow down to the homosexual agenda and not accepting homosexual “marriage.” As we read in one report: Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has been suspended from serving the rest of his term for refusing to allow probate …
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In opposing the lawlessness of the federal judiciary’s unconstitutional and tyrannical decree handed down in the Obergefell opinion in June of 2015, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has provoked the ire of both the homosexual lobby and their allies within the state’s Court of the Judiciary, a group consisting of mostly non-elected …
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