Houston, TX and the First Amendment

Posted: October 15, 2014 in Uncategorized

Are Americans going to be able to speak about their religious beliefs in public? Does the First Amendment of the Constitution protect our right of the free exercise of religion and the freedom of our speech, or does it not? It seems that the city attorney’s in Houston, TX have interpreted that piece of literature in a way that raises those questions and gives a negative answer.

Thankfully, Christians have a gift in Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He responds with clarity and conviction to the recent Houston debacle. You can read his response by clicking the link below.

Houston, We Have a Constitution by Dr. Moore.


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