Our Religious Freedoms are Dying While we Sleep 07/19/2016

Moody Adams
The Storman family owns a local pharmacy called Ralph’s Thriftway in Olympia, Washington. The Supreme Court, by not hearing a lower court's decision, has force their store to sell abortion inducing drugs.

“If this is a sign of how religious liberty claims will be treated in the years ahead, those who value religious freedom have cause for great concern,” Alito warned in The Huffington Post.

A pastor is fighting to keep Jesus ads at bus stops.

Mississippi is forcing county clerks to marry same-sex couples.

California lawmakers are forcing Christian colleges to abandon their scriptural beliefs about sexuality.

Supreme Court Justice Alito warned of “Antipathy toward religious beliefs that do not accord with the views of those holding the levers of government power.”

It is urgent that Christians awake to what is going on. Governments want total control, Christianity does not allow this.

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