Humanist Group Demands County Officials Be Fined for Praying
A humanist group attempting to silence government officials in Carroll County, Maryland, from praying in Jesus' name is demanding that the federal government step in with hefty fines.
As reported earlier in The New American, on March 26 Federal Judge William Quarles, Jr. ruled that the Carroll County Board of Commissioners must cease opening its meetings with mostly Christian prayers offered in Jesus' name while a lawsuit over the prayers proceeds.
The lawsuit was filed by the American Humanist Association (AHA) on behalf of a group of Carroll County residents allegedly upset by the commission's tradition of opening meetings with mostly Christian prayers....
...seems the complainers have their little henchmen for every complaint.
the article regarding RP and the shenanigans of the GOP reminds me what has been at stake all these years. a new system based on "getting the bad guy" was built to replace the old checks and balances, and we started to get advertisements like "if you see something, say something", in other words turning in neighbor was the new vogue. now this is the new society that we build around ourselves for "safety", can't say the prophets weren't at the hilltops crying out.
Humanists hate Christ, what He did for mankind, the good He stands for, and having the nerve to hold men and women accountable for their actions. Humanism is athiesm in that life is all about self, and everything they do, think, and strive for is void of any type of supernatural influence or belief. My flesh would love to not believe in a God because it could do anything it wanted without repercussion. My spirit, however, always wants to do good and constantly wars against the flesh that's so vile and corrupt. Thanks goodness my spirit overwhelms the flesh these days keeping it in check. Not easy at times, but the good thing is that I (my spirit) wants to do whats right and good as opposed to it being a matter of necessity; keeping the flesh in check because I have to...because it's expected.