Posts Tagged ‘First Amendment’

January 16 is National Religious Freedom Day. This is a day on which many Christians will celebrate the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause, oblivious to the fact that, in doing so, they commit treason against their God and Creator: And God spake all these words, saying, I am Yahweh1 thy God…. Thou shalt have no […]

[K]eep the commandment without stain or reproach until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ … He who is the blessed and only Sovereign, the King of kings and Lord of lords. (1 Timothy 6:14-15)  Yahweh’s exclusive  sovereignty All men not surrendered to Christ act as if they’re sovereign. Men identifying themselves as patriots often […]

In this article, I address another of the Constitution’s more serious “camels”—which Christians should be choking on instead of swallowing. Amendment 1’s Government–Sanctioned Polytheism Article 6’s interdiction against Christian tests opened the door to government-sanctioned polytheism. Amendment 1’s provision for the freedom of religion locked the door open: George Mason, the “Father of the Bill […]

In this article, I address another of the Constitution’s more serious “camels”—which Christians should be choking on instead of swallowing. Article 2’s Atheistic, Polytheistic, and Impotent Oath of Office In addition to fearing and serving Yahweh1, Deuteronomy 6:13 commands us to swear by His name. There are at least three reasons for this command: 1) […]

A recent article in GodFather Politics bemoans President Obama’s Islamic sympathies and recent actions in an article entitled, “State Dept. Recruits Jihadists to Join Foreign Service.” In what can only be described as a mind-boggling policy move, the State Department recruited Muslim participants at a conference sponsored by groups with ties to radical Islamists to […]

Today’s blog was inspired by Allan Erickson’s post “Some Radical New Year Suggestions for Our Esteemed Leaders…” In it, he offered some excellent suggestions, but I propose that the following ten “radical” recommendations are far superior. #1: I propose the humanistic government of, by, and for the people be replaced with a government of, by, […]

Christian bloggers beware! Could you be guilty of the same First Commandment violation as were the constitutional framers? You are if you allow commenters on your blog to promote or justify non-Christian religions (such as Judaism, Islam, and Hinduism), including atheism and cults (such as Catholicism, Mormonism, and the Jehovah Witnesses).  For many deceivers are […]

I’m often asked, “Why is the Constitution such a big issue to you?” My initial response is, “Why isn’t it a big issue to you?” Let me provide a short list of reasons why the Constitution and what it represents should be important to all of us: It defies Yahweh’s sovereignty and morality in nearly […]