Radical leftists are using the coronavirus crisis to quickly stifle religious freedom across the country and sadly, it is working.
Sadly, it’s working.
But this Kansas judge is blocking this Democrat Governor’s order that would destroy. You’ll never guess what happened next.
Politicians across the country are banning public gatherings and even stopping places of worship from coming together.
This is of course a direct violation of the First Amendment.
Kentucky’s Governor went as far as to collect the license plate numbers of church goers on Easter Sunday so he could potentially fine them.
Activists, organizations, and some locally elected officials are starting to fight back.
Judge John Broomes of Kansas is blocking an order from Governor Laura Kelly that forces churches to keep attendance below 10 people.
Broomes’ order against the governor still asks that churches abide by social distancing and employ best practices to avoid the spread of the virus.
Additionally, two churches have filed lawsuits against Governor Kelly on the grounds of their religious liberties being violated.
Several others in different states are starting to fight back against these restrictions.
The government being able to force churches to shut down and severely stifle the ability of Christians to gather, serve others, and spread the Gospel is an alarming development in the United States.
Religious liberty, the right to gather, and freedom of speech are ideas enshrined in our Constitution.
There will no doubt be dozens if not hundreds of lawsuits after the coronavirus crisis is over, suing local and state governments for their infringements on these liberties.
Christians are facing a difficult situation during the coronavirus crisis.
While this crisis may hurt Christ followers’ ability to gather, it will certainly sharpen people’s faith and breed new leaders who are willing to stand up to these outrageous attacks on the Church.
What do you think?
Do Christians have a responsibility to fight these restrictions against religious liberties?
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