It’s not the fact that “God offends me” that atheists object to the words “under God” in the pledge, it’s the idea that it’s a direct offense against the establishment clause and that a patriotic oath demands that they acknowledge
When I worked for Barnes and Noble at their downtown Fort Worth location I became very familiar with the Kingdom Baptist Church of Venus, Texas. My short walk from the parking lot to my store was often obstructed by a
David Ellis recently gave a sermon at a local church titled “Not Ashamed of the Gospel,” and I was fortunate enough to find an audio recording of it. In his opening statements from his sermon he declares that he is
Yes, the first amendment does protect your rights of “freedom of speech” and “the right… [to]…peaceably…assemble.” However, it has been noted in Schenck v. United States (1919) that there are limits to the extent of a person’s freedom of speech.
Shawn Karon, or better known as VenomFangX, recently posted a video prompting a challenge for “Anti-Christians” to read either the books of Romans or The Gospel of John in the Bible and respond with detailed analysis over their readings. Since