Former pastor David Hayward shares his walk with God over the years:
According to the Pew Research Center, the “Nones” (people who don’t belong to organized religion) are the largest “religious group” in seven countries and territories… and the second-largest group in 112 of them (nearly half of the countries in the world).
The last time we talked about the Flint, Michigan City Council, officials there were considering spreading Scientology in order to save the city. Not their fault. Someone made a proposal, so they were obligated to hear it even if they didn’t act on it.
On Monday night, though, the bad ideas were entirely their own.
Their attorney, Peter Bade, told them they were allowed to have invocations at meeting provided that (1) they didn’t say the prayers themselves and (2) that anyone who wanted to could deliver them. That’s all true, even if we don’t like it.
A couple of weeks ago, Springfield (Missouri) City Council member Justin Burnett (below) proposed a resolution to put the words “In God We Trust” in city hall. Making this awful idea even worse was his admission that it had “nothing whatsoever to do with the establishment of religion.”
But what else did you expect from someone whose schooling involved the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum?
You thought there was a race problem in America?
Silly you. It’s been over for a long time. God solved it.
Just ask GOP Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who explained all of this on Fox News Channel this morning: