SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE ARE NOT IN THE CONSTITUTION
The ‘Separation’ protects individuals’ rights, not the governments. “The framers were not only decreeing that Congress could not establish a religion, but also reassuring the states that they could establish religions and Congress couldn’t stop them…[It’s about] the federal government’s involvement in religion. Even Jefferson’s “wall of separation between church and state” LETTER referred only to the federal government and assumed states could have established religions.” —Ann Coulter Read More
TITHING IS ONE OF THE LAWS [THAT GOVERN PROSPERITY] THAT MOST PEOPLE SEEM TO HAVE DIFFICULTY ACCEPTING. MOST SEE IT AS A PLOT BY THE CHURCH TO RAISE FUNDS.
“I never tither for the first 30 years of my life. I thought I was saving money. Hardly…I began tithing only after my life started breaking down…I’ve been tithing 10% of every dollar I have ever made since then. And every single year I earn more than the year before. Only now I don’t tithe out of fear. I tithe joyfully, lovingly, and gratefully…There are many ways your good can come back to you…The universe will always get its tithe. You can tithe voluntarily or by force, but you will always pay. All those years I never tithed, I was always having my car break down, losing paychecks, incurring medical bills…” -Randy Gage Read More
FULL EQUALITY HAS NEVER BEEN AVAILABLE TO WOMEN (before Christianity).
In fundamental Islamic states, this is as true today as it was in the seventh century. And it likely will never be much different, for there is a deep seated difference between the beliefs of Islam and Western cultures regarding the roles of the sexes…Of course, slavery has been abolished, but deeply held traditions (in Islam) may still allow for a blind eye to be turned to the trade of women for sexual exploitation. - Chris & Ted Stewart Read More
We can thank Christianity for Women’s Rights. “Belief in the equality of the individual is a uniquely Christian concept. The message of Jesus Christ was simple: Whether male or female, bond or free, Jew, Greek, or Roman, all were equal before God.” Read More