2/11/20 – Into the Lion’s Den: MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein on the Christian Broadcasting Network

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6 Comments

  1. Grey One talks sass

    I know the words “separation of church and state” do not occur in the Constitution or Bill of Rights. I also know the words “religious freedom” are also no where to be found in the letter of the law.

    That said, when the lawyer for First Liberty used an argument of separation of church and state does not exist to defend Shields of Strength right to mix the two…. How Christian Nationalist of them!

    It’s past time to return to the original motto of the USA – E Pluribus Unum – and remove all mention of any deity from the government record.

    Not sure of anyone else but when someone tells me who they are, I believe them. And I believe Christian Nationalists will not stop until they control everything.

  2. William Roderick

    Too bad that you love Satan so much!! The Constitution says freedom OF religion NOT FROM religion! And yes that does mean you need not be a religious person, but it also means if a person has religion he/she can practice that religion anytime any place without permmision from anyone. Sp please sit down shut up and LEAVE people alone, instead of stirring bovine eccreta all the time.

  3. Robert W Ahrens

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”

    Mr. Roderick, please, the next time before you embarrass yourself, go read the text of what you are talking about. The first amendment simply says the government cannot regulate religion specifically. SCOTUS rulings make it clear that laws that pertain to everybody can be enforced against religious institutions, but that laws that target religion specifically are not legal. So, your assertion that, “…you need not be a religious person, but it also means if a person has religion he/she can practice that religion anytime any place without permmision from anyone.” IS correct, but your first statement is irrelevant, and wrong, both.

    People are simply free to practice religion, or not, as they choose. The government simply cannot tell them whether they can or not nor how to do so.

    Use whatever term you feel is appropriate to explain it, but please don’t go putting words in the Constitution where they aren’t.

  4. Grey One talks sass

    “Leave people alone!” shouts the person who practices a specific flavor of faith which literally tries control every bit of a human whether they want it or not.

    Let’s try this – you keep your faith to yourself? It’s a lot like learning (at least here in the States) in kindergarten to keep ones hands and fingers to themselves because our classmates have rights too.

    When all traces of faith are wiped from the public square it will be due to the fact Christian Nationalists cannot and will not share.

    We’ve one planet; many places are becoming unlivable due to the change in our climate. New evolution requirement is if you want to live you will learn to share.

  5. C4Z

    There is no such thing as evolution. Faith will not be removed from the public square. Christians do share, our faith as Jesus commanded us to do. In that regard, we do not answer to men but to God.

  6. Grey One talks sass

    C4Z, how exactly do you know you are answering to your deity and not some human speaking for them?

    Oh, and thanks for making my points. Evolution doesn’t exist?

    Hahahahahaasss cough cough cough wheeze. I really shouldn’t laugh so hard with this cold. Good work out for the lungs nonetheless.

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