Earlier this year, a group of Creationists at Phoenix Interactive Studios went to Kickstarter to raise funds for a video game called “Bible Chronicles: The Call of Abraham.” It was to be an action role-playing game where you were a part of Abraham’s posse, traveling along as he goes on his quest.
Last May, the Appignani Humanist Legal Center of the American Humanist Association sued Carroll County, Maryland because its Board of Commissioners’ public meetings often began with “Commissioner-delivered sectarian prayers.”
These prayers weren’t just non-denominational. They were plainly endorsing Christianity. See if you can figure out how I know that:
Here’s Focus on the Family President Jim Daly in 2011, responding to an interview question about whether evangelicals were winning over the younger generation when it came to same-sex marriage:
We’re losing on that one, especially among the 20- and 30-somethings: 65 to 70 percent of them favor same-sex marriage. I don’t know if that’s going to change with a little more age — demographers would say probably not. We’ve probably lost that. I don’t want to be extremist here, but I think we need to start calculating where we are in the culture.
Here’s Daly, days later, doubling down on those same points:
What I was trying to say in that interview, when the question was asked about the younger generation, is you can’t deny the stats. So when you’re looking at that and they’re saying 65 to 70 percent of those under 40 or 35 — I can’t remember exactly — support same-sex marriage, if that does not change within that community as they become 50 and 60, yeah it’s over.