The infamous intolerant Michael Newdow was turned down in court this week when he tried to get prayer excluded from the Inauguration Ceremonies. Mr. Newdow is not having much luck lately in spreading his atheist agenda for the country. In 2004 his case to remove “Under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance was thrown out by the Supreme Court. This battle in pushing atheism on the country in the guise of “Separation of Church and State” is getting more and more confusing. Let us hope (and pray) that this is resolved soon and that the discrimination against Christians and against freedom of religion and the promotion of atheist beliefs will soon be a thing of the past.
Front Page Magazine continues with it’s discussion today on the argument for Judeo-Christian values and against “reason” as Michael Newdow would encourage
“…Reason is only a tool and, therefore, can just as easily argue for evil as for good. If you want to achieve good, reason is immensely helpful; if you want to do evil, reason is immensely helpful. But reason alone cannot determine which you choose…”