Written/Copyright 2014 – Eric Reports News

Photo from MarioMurilloMinistries.wordpress.com

Photo from MarioMurilloMinistries.wordpress.com

The First Amendment of the Constitution reads as follows:  “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

Once again, the LGBT community has overplayed their hand by trying to outlaw any sermon which criticizes homosexuality.  Mayor Parker obviously takes her cue from Pres. Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, who have decided to enforce the laws they like, ignore the laws they dislike and make up laws at the whims of the President.  Parker’s action is a test of the political waters to see how much Christians will tolerate from our current ultra-left-wing dictatorship.  Whenever gay marriage is put to the test by a vote:  it fails.  It can only survive by judges who overturn the will of the people by pushing an un-Godly agenda.

The gov’t should not be able to tell people what they do with their sexual lives; likewise I don’t want the LGBT community telling ministers what they can say in church.

There is no real evidence proving people are “born that way”.  It is a choice, a sexual preference.

We are on a very dangerous road when a politician or a group of people try to dictate what can be said in church.  This country was founded by the Pilgrims seeking religious freedom.  (Or don’t they teach that in the schools anymore?)

I am not a homophobe, but sometimes the LGBT community can be their own worst enemy.

Gay pride parade in Chicago, 1970s


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