Friday, November 20, 2009

The Manhattan Declaration

SEE THE ARTICLE Unprecedented coalition of religious leaders call Americans to stand for sanctity of life, marriage, and religious freedom. Quoting the article:
An unprecedented coalition of prominent Christian clergy, ministry leaders, and scholars has crafted a 4,700-word declaration addressing the sanctity of life, traditional marriage, and religious liberty. The declaration issues “a clarion call” to Christians to adhere to their convictions and informs civil authorities that the signers will not “under any circumstance” abandon their Christian consciences.

The statement, called “the Manhattan Declaration,” has been signed by more than 125 Catholic, Evangelical Christian, and Orthodox leaders, and will be made fully public at a noon press conference in the National Press Club in Washington DC on Friday.

“We are Christians who have joined together across historic lines of ecclesial differences to affirm our right—and, more importantly, to embrace our obligation—to speak and act in defense of these truths. We pledge to each other, and to our fellow believers, that no power on earth, be it cultural or political, will intimidate us into silence or acquiescence,” the statement says...

"We will fully and ungrudgingly render to Caesar what is Caesar’s, but we will under no circumstances render to Caesar what is God’s."....
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  1. outstanding. I can't wait to hear the gnashing of teeth from the so-called progressives. Such actions taken by those who disagree always cause psychotic breakdowns from the leftists.

  2. So - anyone who is not a Christian or a Catholic is a "leftist" and deserves to be denigrated? I think you need a little more "walk" in your Jesusonian "talk"