The following article raises some interesting questions concerning the concept of "religious liberty".
Written by Jack Minor for WND and published last night it shows a disturbing trend that those who call themselves Christians are being persecuted in some degree or as they put it there has been some "recent trends against Christians" in the military.
While I agree that there should be no "law regarding an establishment of religion" enshrined in the laws of our country, there is also room for discussion about the whole concept of "religious liberty".
There can only be one true religion, just as there can only be one true creator God.
If God had an equal, He would stop being God.
Likewise there can only be one true faith. One can not set up falsehood on an equal footing with truth.
"By their fruits shall ye recognize them".
So it remains for each one of us to find that truth, then embrace it, and live by it.
We must make sure that the religion we profess is Divine in origin, not man made, as is Islam.
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