An American Government Intimidates Pastors

Would you believe that in America today, a government is requiring pastors to submit any sermons and communications to churches that discuss homosexuality or its current leader, under threat of fine, contempt of court, or imprisonment?

Believe it.

Apparently the separation of church and state they've been appealing to for years is a one-way street.

It is more and more obvious that the homosexual lobby is not about more freedom for minorities, but about coercing and silencing dissent against their positions.

Russell Moore answers nicely.  I'd only disagree with this sentence there. "The preaching of sermons in the pulpits of churches is of no concern to any government bureaucrat at all." Actually, sermons should be of concern to government officials. They should be heeding them and submitting to God's Word.

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