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Top Ten Anti-Christian Events in 2010

January 4, 2011 Posted in Commentary | 6 comments
Top Ten Anti-Christian Events in 2010
We’ve just compiled our Top Ten list of the most anti-Christian acts of 2010 in America. Our poll results demonstrate a clear double standard is being applied against our faith, values and liberty. Every year the list grows as godless, secular values inflame the minds of many against God, Jesus Christ and Christianity. Although many of the attacks are only rhetorical, now government policies are being imposed that encroach on Christian's liberty of conscience. While freedom of speech is denied to Christians to proclaim the Truth, radical secular organizations are free to promote their lies. In extreme cases the anti-Christian hatred boils over into violence. The Top Ten Anti-Christian Events in 2010, according to you, are:

10. 88 Pro-Lifers were arrested for protesting President Obama's participation at a leading Catholic university, Notre Dame, and await trial for standing up for true Christian values. Read more here.

9. Southern Poverty Law Center; A liberal ACLU-like organization that has continued to label many Christian organizations that hold traditional values as "hate groups" in lists that include violent racists groups. Read more here.

8. Larry Grard; Christian journalist fired from his job for sending an e-mail from his personal account on his own time in support of traditional marriage. Read more here.

7. Stephen Ocean and Tite Sufra; two young men who were murdered in Boynton Beach, Florida while out sharing the gospel in their neighborhood. Read more here.

6. Chai Feldblum; a liberal law professor and open lesbian, appointed to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Feldblum stated that in any conflict that might arise between religious liberty and homosexual “rights” she would have a hard time coming up with any case in which religious liberty should win; or "Gay's win; Christians lose." Read more here.

5. Michigan Muslims attack AGAIN; Christians attacked, denied their civil rights and falsely arrested for disorderly conduct at a public festival for peacefully sharing the gospel. This happened the previous year, too. They were again acquitted of all charges. Read more here.

4. Elena Kagan; President Obama's radical appointment to the Supreme Court bench. While serving under the Clinton Administration, Kagan successfully corrupted unfavorable evidence on partial birth abortion to deceive the Supreme Court. Read more here.

3. Julea Ward and Jennifer Keeton; two women expelled from their respective Master's programs in counseling at two different universities because they wouldn't deny their faith and affirm the validity of the homosexual lifestyle. Read more here.

2. Vaughn Walker; California judge who overturned Proposition 8, a State Constitutional Marriage Amendment, and the will of the people by making homosexual marriage legal. Read more here.

1. Employment Non-Discrimination Act; a proposed federal bill that would force ministries to hire people who oppose their beliefs or who live in open defiance of their values. Read more here.

You can also find Dr. Gary Cass' interview with the Christian Post regarding the list by clicking here. Twitter del.icio.us Digg Facebook linked-in Yahoo Buzz StumbleUpon

 

6 comments

  • Matt Ciccarone says:

    We need to stop calling child sacrifice to Mammon abortion. Abortion is a pagan term. Homosexuality is also a pagan term for sodomy. Satan is STRONGLY alive and well in the U.S.A. The birth pains started some time ago. It is time for the message “Repent for the Son of God’s return is nigh.”

  • Pamela says:

    As a born-again bible believing christian, I believe that we are at the end of the road and God’s return is soon. The bible tells us these things, that have been foretold, have to occur before he returns. Alot of people complain about what’s taking place in our government (rightfully so), but do you get on your bended knee and ask God to intervene? Our rights as christians is a sinking ship as it was in Old Testament times. Don’t ever deny him no matter what and take one day at a time in prayer, leaving the rest in God’s hands.

  • Bob says:

    As bad as these are, a complete list would probably contain hundreds, maybe thousands of attacks on Christian liberties and values in the U.S. alone, and yet I rarely hear individual local Christians speak about it. They fail to see the gravity of the situation because their churches don’t see it as a priority, and/or they have been duped by the liberal mainstream press to see it as a non-issue.

  • melatr7 says:

    It must have been extremely hard to trim that list to the top ten. The attacks on individuals, small groups and Christian symbols in 2010 would fill at least a small book, if not a large one. I am also extremely disappointed in the doormat mentality of so many Christians. I am sure that Christ never meant for us to simply roll over. He will come back one day, but He chose to not forewarn ANYONE of the day. Christians who do not uphold his values and attempt to right things that are wrong will not be able to use His return for an excuse to allow sin to pervade the earth. “Faith without works is dead.”

    Are politics part of your life? Absolutely! Politics are also part of God’s creation. The Lord created the heavens and the earth and all things upon and within them, so they are part of every person’s life whether they like it or not. The evidence is visible when you answer this question: Do politics affect your life? Your children are part of the charge the Lord has given you. WHY do so many Christian parents abandon their children’s futures?

    “Well, God, I was just waiting on you” isn’t going to cut it. What if it is 2000 more years? Christians need to take a stand. Let your yes be yes and your no be no. Horse-trading your soul won’t wash. Even if you think your excuse is really, really good.

    • Jack Tison says:

      You make a very good point melatr7. Thanx for pointing out what should be obvious to everyone. It is amazing how illiterate of the Bible, God’s Word, that most people calling themselves ‘Christians’ really are in this age. All it would take is to read the Scriptures just a little each day, or week, for that matter. Just like Jesus tried to warn us, everyone that cries “Lord, Lord” will not make it to heaven, and He said that many will claim they know Him but He will tell them that He never knew them, because they have not followed what He set in front of us to follow. i.e. claiming that we can get to Heaven just by faith alone when God clearly tells us that we will not be saved by faith alone, but by our works that prove our faith. Many try to make their own way by leaving out this, then that, till it barely even resembles what God/Christ set out before us to follow to get to be with Him for eternity. He didn’t just say ‘believe’ but ‘keep His commandments’ as in Mat 19:17 And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments. So just saying we believe or just praying won’t even get us to Heaven, but proving how we believe in Him by what we do, that will get us the life that we so passionately want and need. Thanx again melatr7 for using the image of God that He created us in and trying to reason it out to help us.

  • Jack Tison says:

    While some on here have talked about getting our our knees and pray to God to intervene, most leave out the part of getting off our rears and doing something about it, like something as simple as speaking out about it in unison which cannot be silenced. What is being done in it’s little, all but isolated, forms is not enough. We all need to prove what we believe. We prove what we believe by the actions we take, whether right or wrong. If we believe in the morals in the love of the 10 commandments, then we will do what we have been given in the 10 commandments. If we don’t really believe, then we will just do what we want instead. If we believe that God will answer our prayers, then we go ahead with our actions that prove that we believe He is going to answer those prayers. If we believe it is wrong to rape, then when we see someone being raped in front of us, we will step in and put it to an end. If we believe that abortion is wrong, then we will do everything in our power, according to the rights given by God/Christ, to stop it. Not by killing, that is murder and against God/Christ. If we would all get on the same page and speak out against it on the streets, in the voting booths, etc. then it would stop. But as long as most so-called Christians sit on their duffs and simply complain, it will continue and we need not expect God to answer our prayers. God calls that ‘double-minded’ in Jas 1:7,8 For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. and if we simply say that we want something to be different, like abortion to go away, remember that it does no good, but if we do something about it, then God will make sure that we accomplish what is His will as it tells us to not simply say it but do it in Jas 2:15,16 If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food,
    And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit?
    If we think that we can simply pray about it and not do anything about it, then we are fooling ourselves and the problem will remain, and we cannot expect anything different. This is part of the sin of silence and of laziness.


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