Radical atheists have made Christians their number one target.
They’ve targeted everything from simple prayer circles in schools to school Christmas plays.
And now, their reason for targeting this courthouse is proof they want to wipe Christianity off the map.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is demanding the St. Louis Circuit Attorney, Kimberly Gardner, remove a Scripture plaque displayed outside her office.
The plaque is affixed to the wall, just under her name, with the circuit attorney seal.
The scripture reads in large lettering, “Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue …” – Deut. 16:20.
“Justice” as described in that verse is “incompatible” with constitutional principles, according to the atheist organization.
“We write to request that this sign be removed, both because it represents a government endorsement of religion in violation of the First Amendment, and because it advocates a form of ‘justice’ that is incompatible with constitutional principles,” the letter, sent on Monday, reads.
“The Establishment Clause prohibits government sponsorship of religious messages,” it states. “Federal courts have upheld restrictions on religious displays on government property because such restrictions exist to avoid Establishment Clause violations.”
This “request” should come as no surprise.
Christianity has come under immense scrutiny to the point of flat-out persecution.
The leftist mob that these radical atheists are part of seek to wipe our Christianity off the map.
And one way to do that is yank out, stem and root, any reference to God, the Bible, and Christianity from our schools, courthouses, libraries, and so much more.
It’s hard to imagine what our Founding Fathers would say about these atheist organizations’ attempts to silence Christians.
But with the election of Donald Trump, it seems Christians are tired of being politically correct and are taking the fight to the PC mob.
It’s nice to have a president who sticks up for Christians, unlike Obama who admonished Christians and pinned the blame on them for slavery and Jim Crow laws.
Do you think the Circuit Attorney should fight back against this atheist organization?
Let us know in the comments!