Thomas Jefferson's wall of separation was unilateral, in place to keep the government from interfering in matters of faith. Jefferson's wall of separation, however, did not hinder the government from supporting Christian causes.
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"The Christian nationalist movement today is authoritarian, paranoid and patriarchal at its core. They aren't fighting a culture war. They're making a direct attack on democracy itself."
Critics called it "homophobic" in nature.
"When I was making it, I could sense there was something special about it; I could sense there was something different."
Blake LaRussa says he's "excited to pursue what I have always known to be my heart's greatest desire, and that is to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and help people find hope."
"At that first show, we saw God's hands move."
She's played everything from a prostitute on HBO to a werewolf on the CW's "The Originals." And yes, she's completely on fire for God.
"It felt like a bomb."
Oh look, a can of worms. Let's open it!
A generation of children is being groomed. What are you going to do about it?
I am personally confident our troublesome Millennials will be willing to give up godless lives and repent of their fornication and magic arts.
Overtly racist actions are now less frequent than they once were. But what about racist attitudes?
We cannot sit idly by as the enemy of God's people continues to attack on every side.
Hint: It's not something money can buy.
Of course, this is nothing new, as we see by the account in the Gospel of John.
What even is a satanic Christmas tree?
Another Lauren Daigle article? Yep. We have so much to learn from this.
Austin city officials defend the ordinance, which basically says churches have no right to insist their employees accept and practice a church's teachings on homosexuality.
Giving approval to this abomination is a severe violation, and the person who does that is in grave danger.
"Oh the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of Crist . . ."