The most frequently discussed topic in every coffee shop, church house, office complex, factory, sports complex, and elevator for the past week has been the Supreme Court’s decision in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, which essentially legalizes same-sex marriages in all fifty states. When the high court made this landmark decision they essentially shattered the […]
No one is trying to argue that Friday’s Supreme Court ruling making same-sex marriage the law of the land wasn’t monumental.
Longtime Georgia Baptist pastor Tom Rush has been elected president of Ten Commandments Georgia to replace Jody Hice, the organization announced in a May 27 statement.
I am not suggesting that Christians are being persecuted in America, but it appears to me that we are at the stage of disinformation.
Where are the bright, conservative legislators we elected to represent us on issues like this? Why are they not standing up? Perhaps it is the fear that we won’t be able to host the Super Bowl, or bring Volvo to our state. If that’s it, then our values threshold is pretty low.
The outcome of this debate will not only determine if religious liberty will be protected according to the First Amendment standard, but will determine the direction of society, including if children in public schools will be taught to affirm same-sex “marriage.”