Monday, November 14, 2005
"In God Is Our trust"

Update: The Motto is to remain!

In America we have a Freedom to Religion not a Freedom from religion. Atheism is a lie and nothing more!

Just tonight I found out that the same man who has filed suit for "under God" in the pledge of Allegiance to be removed has now filed suit against "In God is our trust" on America's currency. He is expected to win the case in the circuit court and take it to the Supreme Court.

“Every one therefore that shall confess me before men, I will also confess him before my Father who is in heaven. But he that shall deny me before men, I will also deny him before my Father who is in heaven” Matthew 10:32-33 (Douay Rheims).

7 comment(s):

del_button November 14, 2005 at 9:49 PM
Anonymous said...

What is with him? I can see if it said in Jesus we trust, but in God...? That covers so many religions. He needs our prayers...

del_button November 15, 2005 at 6:48 PM
Tom.... said...

thanks for coming out strong on this. Being Catholic has great meaning to me, and the older I get the more I feel that my religion/faith is valuable. I don't know how people make it through life without faith in something more than the "day to day".
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del_button November 15, 2005 at 6:50 PM
Tom.... said...

thanks for coming out strong on this issue...I feel sorry for someone with no can people make it through this life without something more than the "day to day".........
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del_button November 15, 2005 at 8:47 PM
Sharon said...

I feel very sorry for this man. He obviously needs prayers- lots of them! And although I know that, it is still VERY hard for me to not be enraged when i hear things like this!

He would be changing our country's traditions and beginning. The founding fathers established this- this man can not say that it was not supposed to be this way!

There is a great Christian radio station I listen to here (in MI), and the issue of separation of Church and State was being discussed. I heard an interesting fact- did you know that over half the men that signed the Declaration of Independence had degrees in Theology or Seminary experience?

If they could see our country now...

del_button November 15, 2005 at 8:57 PM
Matthew said...

I didn't know that; thanks for the fact. And I know that our founding fathers would be disgraced today to see people trying to take God out of every facet of life. Who cares if the atheist here is offend! If they take God out of the pledge or the currency then I and many of my readers to name a few will be deeply offended.

Thanks for visiting and commenting. God Bless

del_button November 16, 2005 at 10:33 AM
Christ-Haunted said...

Hi Moneybags. The Supreme Court refused to hear this guy's case. Thanks be to God!

del_button November 18, 2005 at 8:53 AM
Raven said...

I normally argue the secular point of any debate, but this time I have to agree with the concensus, this guy is nuts. Almost all Americans believe in some sort of supreme being whether your Jewish, Christian, Muslim (all the same God of Abraham) or anything else.

One side note which may be a thread unto it's-self, the comments on Atheism reminded me of a halerious website I ran across the other day, I nearly fell out of my chair lauging.
"Be an Ordained Atheist Minister" LOL! Talk about an oxymoron!

God Bless.

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