Justice Sunday Ii Cuts Through Fed Court Liberal Bias
J. Grant Swank, Jr. | WDCmedia staff writer
“Many Americans are concerned about the direction that the (Supreme) court has taken this country and the impact that it’s had on the culture,” said Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council, informing media regarding details of Sunday’s “Justice Sunday II.”
That’s the gist of the event to be broadcast from Nashville, Tennessee, to numerous congregations nationwide. Beginning at 7 p.m. ET at Two Rivers Baptist Church, the message will be that Americans must see to it that the Supreme Court does not fly the politically liberal banner.
It is believed that a “gay marriage” item may be forthcoming soon to the highest court. If that’s the case, America’s moral-base must be ready for action against the Court sanctioning sodomy as a legitimate “marital union,” according to Michael Foust of Baptist Press.
Though liberals are delivering diatribes labeling Sunday’s occasion as voiding separation of church and state, organizers proceed. They proceed because they know for certain that there is no such thing as separation of church and state in the American republic where freedom of speech is permitted to all groups. That includes Christians, though religious and political liberals would like to cut the Christian activists out of any play in molding the nation’s culture.
Therefore, on with the cause. And so it is that Sky Angel, Bott Radio Network and American Family Radio will broadcast the gathering live. Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) will schedule it on tape-delay at 10 p.m. Eastern. It also can be viewed live online by registering at www.justicesunday.com.
Christians in particular deride court rulings that sanction killing womb babies, removing the Ten Commandments from public settings, and furthering the secularization of the nation by de-emphasizing America’s Judeo-Christian heritage.
“WDCmedia goes on record in favor of such broadcasts supportive of biblical ethics in real time, real life,” Grant Swank, WDC staff writer stated. “The more the Christian perspective gets its place in the democracy sun, the better for the country. The Christian way of life is not the American plague, though liberals would have it to be. The Christian lifestyle is what insures the United States’ present moral strength.”
“It is imperative that believers voice their convictions in the public place,” says Roni Wexler, President and CEO of the 10 Commandments Commission and founder of the upcoming 10 Commandments day celebration on Dec. 1, 2005 (www.tencommandmentsday.com).
It is expected that with such a state-of-the-art Christian witness, more broadcasts will be scheduled related to other ethic-based issues. On that theme, event speakers Tony Perkins, Focus on the Family President Jim Daly and founder James Dobson, Chuck Colson, former Senator Zell Miller and House Majority Leader Tom DeLay will provide rationale for moving forward.
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