In response to:

Putting Faith Under House Arrest

mccgsm Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 3:28 PM
Actually, atheists complained in the Utah Highway Patrol Association case about memorial crosses erected to honor fallen police officers at or near the location of the officer's death, including several that were in private property. Those that were on private property they found offensive because the cross included the highway patrol badge--they saw that as state endorsement.

For decades, atheist groups have strategically involved themselves in questions of religious freedom, and they have done so chiefly by fighting to have all Christian symbols and texts removed from public view. But in recent years, as this fight has continued, it’s become evident that it’s not just symbols and texts they want removed from public view, rather, it’s Christians themselves.

In truth, it now seems that their end game is to put Christians into such a small corner that the only place left for open faith is behind the closed doors of your home.

This is explicitly seen in what...