Is this Really a “Christian” Nation?


Is this Really a

“Christian” Nation?

Repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy

Frequently people assert that the United States is a “Christian” nation.  Yes, we have “In God We Trust” on our coins and bills.  We have a Congress that begins it sessions with prayer.  We have signs and monuments in public places that recognize some Christian connection.  All of this is good.

However, the senate now rescinded the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” provision which was another expression of this country’s antipathy to morality.  This is a morality based on natural innate law (that tells us that same-sex relationships are unnatural and immoral) as well as the Christian morality of the Bible (along with the Jewish morality of the Torah and the Muslim law of the Koran).

This is a public declaration of the majority in the House, the Senate, and the President himself that this country refuses to abide by sexual morality.


Until recently, sodomy (homosexuality) was illegal and considered immoral in every state of the union.  Sodomy was not even discussed in polite society.  This sexual orientation was rightly condemned as an immoral, unlawful, unbiblical perversion of God’s plan for “one man-one woman” for life.   And now the majority in political leadership have declared that they refuse to abide by God’s will.

In light of this utter disregard of Gods’ moral law are you ashamed to be called an American?   Hasn’t “American” been emptied of his former meaning?

Richard Hollerman


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