Kentucky Governor Stands for Religious Freedom

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Bevin of Kentucky This past Monday the governor signed into law a religious liberty bill which gives public school students the freedom to express their religious and particularly Christian commitments and viewpoints. The law makes clear that the students are able to hand out religious and political literature. They were able to wear clothing religious messages without discrimination. They can use school media to announce student religious meetings. Now.

The Inspiration For This Law Was

even more inspiring as it were a Kentucky elementary school put as its play put on as it’s played the Charlie Brown Christmas, but it left out the famous lines from the Gospel of Luke. During the performance because administration officials were concerned that they would cross this mythical line of separation between church and state. Now it’s so neat about this is that the parents. and the Bleachers began quoting the verses from Luke when it was omitted and eyewitnesses said it was just an amazingly inspiring and touching moment. Now the bill passed both the state Senate and State House with huge bipartisan support the website Church militant reports that just three state senators and eighth House members voted against the new law.

Now The Gays Stop Oh Is

not happy about this UK activists are criticizing the laws inciting hate speech, since the law would allow students to exclude openly homosexual students from participating in Christian Specific activities you just have to love these comments from the legal director. The so-called human rights campaign just a wonderfully global Istic name. This person said that while all private groups should have the freedom to express religious viewpoint, they should not be able to unfairly discriminate with taxpayer lose taxpayer funds, In other words, just. She’s doing advocating the discrimination against Christian group, so the grounds that they discriminate. The law states specifically that no recognized religious or political student organization is discriminated against in the ordering of its internal affairs and the utter insanity is that UK activists claim that this allows religious groups on campus to discriminate against UK students now.

The Reason Why This Is Insanity

is because it’s a very good lesson on the nature of this moronic ruse that gave Stoppers and home of fascists hide behind and it’s very much time. We call them out on it. Anti-discrimination is never about inclusion versus exclusion or tolerance versus intolerance, but always about new forms of inclusion and exclusion. New forms of tolerance and intolerance. You see gay stoppers Don’t give a crap about discrimination against Christian groups.

They Dont Give A Rip About Excluding Christian

organizations from the public square. That’s because the only kind of anti–discrimination that they advocate is that which entails the discrimination of Christians. Perhaps the only kind may care about and so here you have a law that protects protect Christians from discrimination and what do homo faccia say well. This is evil because it discriminates against us and you know you bet it does and it ought to all non-discrimination acts always initiate new forms of discrimination. 1964 Civil Rights Act discriminate discriminated against races.

It Discriminated Against Those Who Wanted

color designated water fountains. All anti–discrimination measures always entailed new forms of discrimination. The question is always whether we are discriminating against evil that which deserves to be excluded. Now. This law serves as a corrective to the national embarrassment to the United States being recently included in the 2016 Hall of Shame of the worlds were countries for religious freedom, especially persecution.

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Reports That International Christian Concern Published The

annual Shane list in early January. The United States for the first time was listed as a new and noteworthy country for persecution of Christians. The United States were told made the list this year because Christians are facing constant attacks in the media where they’re portrayed as bigoted racist sexist and clothes might sound discriminatory by the way and the report also cited the examples of Christian businesses being discriminated against being shut down for refusing to celebrate sodomite so-called marriages. Now Governor Bevin of Kentucky has been a tireless advocate for freedom and for life if you recall the whole Kim Davis situation. Kentucky issue was the county clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage license as well.

When Bevin Took Office Justice Last November,

he added exemptions for people like Kim Davis, which removed the mandate that a clerk must. licenses and he also recently signed to abortion bills that prohibit abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and actually require women to receive an ultrasound and the opportunity to see that ultrasound prior to having an abortion. So God bless Matt Bevin make sure you keep him in your prayers and of course send encouraging notes to this wonderful and Godly governor God bless.

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Summary

Kentucky governor signed into law a religious liberty bill which gives public school students the freedom to express their religious and particularly Christian commitments and viewpoints . The inspiration for this law was even more inspiring as a Kentucky elementary school put as its play put on as it’s played the Charlie Brown Christmas, but it left out the famous lines from the Gospel of Luke . The law makes clear that the students are able to hand out religious and political literature. They were able to wear clothing religious messages without discrimination. They can use school media to announce student religious meetings. Now the gays stop Oh is not happy about this UK activists are criticizing the laws inciting hate speech, since the law would allow students to exclude openly homosexual students from participating in Christian Specific activities . The bill passed both the state Senate and State House with huge bipartisan support the website Church Militant reports that just three state senators and eighth House members voted against the new law. The website Church militant reports that three state Senators voted against . The website says that just…. Click here to read more and watch the full video