National Alliance Against Christian Discrimination
"Protecting and Promoting the Christian Faith and Our Religious Heritage."


D. F. Kelley

"The results of this increasing hostility to religious expression in the public marketplace has been carefully traced by Steven A. Samson in a 1984 Doctoral dissertation written for the University of Oregon, with particular reference to the secularists' usage of the state against traditional Christianity." (p. 182. The Christian and American Law. 1998.)

Jack Kemp

"Lately the First Amendment has been interpreted to deny equal protection of the law to those who believe in God. The Constitution established freedom for religion, not freedom from religion!" (Former Congressman. Debate with Senator Teddy Kennedy.)

Dr. D. James Kennedy

"Anytime you hear the concept of the separation of church and state being talked about these days, it is never in regard to maintaining the restraints on government; instead, it is always talking about what Christians and churches cannot do." (p. 50. Character & Destiny: A Nation In Search of Its Soul. 1994)

"In France, religion had been considered the enemy of liberty, but in America, as George Washington expressed it, religion and morality were the 'twin pillars of freedom.'"
(p. 36. Kennedy. Ibid.)

"In the major institutions of education, government, science, and the arts, we are witnessing the imposition of a post-Christian view of life. It now dominates in motion pictures, television, and every other form of entertainment." (p. 57. Kennedy. Ibid.)

"The Supreme Court has said that America is a Christian nation. But to make such a statement today causes reporters, newsmen, and many politicians to go ballistic."
(p. 75. Kennedy. Ibid.)

"No one expects this nation to become a theocracy, where Christianity is the only value, but we do indeed say that the essential values and founding principles of the nation should not be ignored." (p. 243. Kennedy. Ibid.)

D. James Kennedy (More)

"Indeed, there is an attack against things Christian in America. We see it in the movies, on TV, in the schools, in the universities, in the public arena, in the courts, and even within some church circles."(p. 61. The Gates of Hell Shall Not Prevail. 1996.)

"Rock and roll has had a powerful anti-Christian subtheme for decades now." (p. 105. Kennedy. Ibid.)

"Christian bashing is alive and well on college and university campuses also. In fact, it's ever more direct and overt because Christianity is not 'politically correct.' Never has been. Never will be." (p. 126. Kennedy. Ibid .)

"The time for letting the Christian bashing go on essentially unchallenged has come to an end…There is a great need for a Christian anti-defamation league. To some degree, there is such an organization emerging on the horizon, the Catholic League…I have had it on my heart for about a decade – and have even expressed the thought – that a Christian anti-defamation league would be helpful." (p. 190. Kennedy. Ibid.)

"As a result of the assault on Christianity, the Christian faith has been isolated more and more into a tiny private sector of life and removed from the whole public spectrum of America." (p. 219. Kennedy. Ibid.)

Dr. D. James Kennedy (More)

"We live in an age in which only one prejudice is tolerated – anti-Christian bigotry …Today, the only group you can hold up to public mockery is Christians. Attacks on the Church and Christianity are common." (Introductory page. What if Jesus had Never Been Born? 1994.)

"The religious foundations of America have been completely expurgated from our history textbooks." (p. 74. Kennedy. Ibid.)

"In modern America, Judeo-Christian beliefs are often held up to ridicule and disdain by the media." (p. 78. Kennedy. Ibid.)

D. James Kennedy (More – Misc.)

"In reading over the Constitutions of all 50 of our states, I discovered something which some of you may not know: there is in all fifty, without exception, an appeal or a prayer to the Almighty God of this universe." ("Church and State" sermon. Taken from Faith of Our Founding Fathers by Tim LaHaye. 1987.)

Alan Keyes

"Where do find the most persecuted Christians in the world?…in the classrooms of our government schools, where the assault is not upon the body, but the soul." (Former U.S. ambassador. Christian Coalition Conference. Sept. 13, 1997.)

"There was a time when most Americans held to the notion that the only sure and secure foundation for freedom was God – the Source of unalienable rights and the Policeman stationed in every human heart…But apparently, we don't believe in that sort of thing anymore." (pp. 20-21. Our Character, Our Future . 1996.)

James Kilpatrick

"It wasn't the Supreme Court that expelled God from our public school classrooms. It was the textbook publishers." (Textbooks Publishers Keep God Out of the Classroom. Universal Press Syndicate. April 1986.)

Michael Kinsley

"What could be more absurd than the idea that genuine anti-Christian prejudice is a major force in American politics." (Co-host CNN. Crossfire. July 1994.)

Russell Kirk

"Despite much talk in this land about religious freedom, churches and their schools now confront grave difficulties." (p. 1. The Assault on Religion: Commentaries on the Decline of Religious Liberty. 1986.

"Some 'separation' zealots would expunge any vestige of religious observance in public schools. Many of the same anti-religious fanatics would like to wipe out of existence all church-related schools, by regulation or taxation, so that universal ignorance of the life of spirit should prevail." (p. 4. Kirk. Ibid.)

"Schooling deprived of religious insights is wretched education." "(p. 5. Kirk. Ibid.)

"If the state – and within the state, the judiciary particularly – harasses and undermines the Church , in any society the state undoes itself." (p. 8. Kirk. Ibid.)

"The Secular City, having legislated and litigated itself out of any entanglement with the City of God, would be a hell upon earth ." (p. 10. Kirk. Ibid.)

"The ACLU has been able to harass out of existence public expressions of faith." (Imprimis. April 1983.)

Robert W. Klous

"In America today, we see…an increased discrimination and misrepresentation of Christianity." (p. 3. The Traditional Values in Action. 1995.)

Robert H. Knight

"The only consistency (in our age) is hostility toward Western religion." (p. xvii. The Age of Consent. 1998.

"In the name of religious freedom, relativists have banished religion from the public square. They say they have to destroy public displays of religion in order to protect it. They response has been a culturewide gag order on Christianity in governmental and even commercial circumstances." (p. 5. Knight. Ibid.)

J. Warren Kniskern

"The halls of justice are crowded…with the ungodly who would employ the judicial system as a weapon in a great battle between the secular and the sacred." (p. ix. Courting Disaster. 1995.)

"The pressure on the courts to regulate pastors and ministers is mounting rapidly." (p. 64. Kniskern. Ibid.)

"Too many of today's judges are almost trying to sanitize public schools from any religious influence – which conceivably promotes atheism." (p. 82. Kniskern. Ibid.)

"As governmental influence affects many more aspects of our private lives, there will be a concerted effort by some to sanitize our schools and all other public places of any religious influences." (p. 92. Kniskern. Ibid.)

Irving Kristol

"(The problem is) efforts by liberals to establish a wall between religion and society, in the guise of maintaining the wall between church and state."

Paul Kurtz

"Parents have no right to impose their religion on their children…(A Fundamentalist Protestant) parent has no right to expect the state to support his own narrow conception of education." (Professor of philosophy at State University of New York. Toward A New Enlightenment. 1994.)


Tim LaHaye

"The removal of religion as history from our schoolbooks betrays the intellectual dishonesty of secular humanist educators and reveals their blind hostility to Christianity." (Faith of Our Founding Fathers. 1987.p. 3)

"When our atheistically dominated Supreme Court removed the Ten Commandments from our halls, not a whimper was heard from the 95 million Christians in this country, who still don't realize that their religious freedoms are being systematically removed without a fight." (p. 3. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"Perhaps the worst example of Smithsonian contempt for Jesus Christ is seen in its 1994 publication of a coffee-table book entitled Smithsonian Time Lines of the Ancient World …This flagrant display of religious bigotry and discrimination in a book officially sponsored by the Smithsonian is intellectually and academically dishonest." (pp. 138-139. LaHaye. Ibid.)

Tim LaHaye (More)

"Whenever a nation turns its back on God or beings to live as if He does not exist, it begins to show up in its citizens' disregard for human life." (p. 7. A Nation Without A Conscience. 1994.)

"Since the writing of our Constitution, our religious liberties have been systematically threatened and whittled away by Supreme Court justices who interpret the First Amendment as a prohibition against religious activity on public property." (p. 63. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"Liberal humanists now seem to dominate the fields of art, journalism, and communication, which are powerful and uniquely able to spread anti-Christian thought." (p. 175. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"Most media leaders are liberal and much of their programming reflects anti-Christian sentiment." (p. 175. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"Rock musicians are consistent in their disdain and irreverent treatment of Jesus Christ." (p. 201. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"The elite attack religious people and clergy with a vengeance." (p. 203. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"The movie industry would never purposely offend homosexuals, native Americans, environmentalists, animal rights activists, or women's groups, but they don't think twice about something that might offend Christians." (p. 208. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"The mainline media attacks all conservatives, especially Christians, and distorts their policies and beliefs so that the local population is afraid to vote for them." (p. 227. LaHaye. Ibid.)

"It is interesting to me that the secularizers bend over backward in our federally controlled schools to keep atheists from being offended by the mention of God, prayer, or morality, yet over the federally controlled airwaves Christians can be offended every day of the week by the broadcasting of blasphemy against God and the Lord Jesus Christ or attacks on our moral values." (p. 238. LaHaye. Ibid.)

Rabbi Daniel Lapin

"I am appalled by the great injustice being perpetrated by those Jewish organizations that engage in anti-Christian bigotry." (p. 12. America's Real War . 1990.)

"You are worried that the religious Right might succeed in forcing their values onto us? I am worried they might fail." (p. 37. Lapin. Ibid.)

"Christians in this country have found themselves under selective assault. God has, almost overnight, been removed from the educational, legal, and political institutions of the country." (p. 43. Lapin. Ibid.)

"Only recently has part of America challenged the long-held assumption that America is a Christian nation. Most citizens do not recognize just how quickly we have moved in an anti-Christian direction." (p. 103. Lapin. Ibid.)

"How can our leaders be so hypersensitive to the most microscopic of perceived anti-Jewish slurs, yet so entirely indifferent to flagrant and vicious anti-Christian insults?"
(p. 308. Lapin. Ibid.)

Norman Lear

"…For all our alarm, it is clear that the religious right is responding to a real hunger in our society…a deep-seated yearning for stable values… (When conservative Christian groups) talk of failures in our educational system, the erosion of our moral standards, and the waste of young lives, they are addressing real and legitimate concerns…Among secularists, the aversion toward discussion of moral values, let alone religion, can reach absurd extremes." (Founder. People for the American Way. Taken from The De-Valuing of America by William Bennett. p. 224.)

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn

"As humanism begins to dominate the state, the consequence is complete hostile annexation of the church or persecution by separation. Religion is then removed from the marketplace and the school, later from other domains of public life. The state will not toerlate any gods besides itself.' (Leftism: From de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse. 1974. p. 427.)


"There can be nothing more abominable than religion."

John Lennon

"Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that, I'm right, and I will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus." (Former, deceased Beatle.)

Guenter Lewy

"I remain a religious agnostic, but, unlike most atheists, I not only am not hostile to traditional religion but consider it a highly valuable, not to say essential, social institution…I am convinced that the moral regeneration and repair of a frayed social fabric that this country so badly needs will not take place unless more people take their religion seriously." (Preface. Why America Needs Religion. 1996.)

"It is of interest to note that most secular humanists continue to belabor the horrors of the Inquisition in order to establish the moral depravity of Christianity." (p. 21. Lewy. Ibid.)

"A recurring theme in the literature of secular humanism is the harsh assault upon traditional religion, especially Christianity." (p. 36. Lewy. Ibid.)

Justice Paul Liacos

"Parents have no right to tailor public school programs to meet their individual religious or moral preferences." (Chief Justice of Massachusetts. The Boston Globe. July 18, 1995.)

Carman Licciardello

"Militant homosexuals, pro-abortionists, occultists, New Agers, pornographers, radical feminists, atheists, paganists and a whole collection of angry anti-Christian groups are all coming out of their closets and onto the battlefield. Their common denominator is a hatred for Christianity and for any expression of traditional values." (p. 8. Raising the Standard. 1994.)

"There is a reason Christianity is violently opposed in our world while other religions and philosophies are tolerated…Biblical Christianity evokes violent responses from some people, because only in Christianity is there an absolute right and wrong. People hate the Bible and Christianity because of the law of God." (p. 33. Carman. Ibid.)

"God's righteousness and His unchangeable law make Christianity a stumbling block for many. Organizations and individuals carry a political and moral agenda that aims to remove all obstacles to their sin. Their goal is to 'break God's bands asunder and cast away His cords.' They counsel together to rid themselves of the law of God; anyone who preaches the gospel or stands for righteousness stands in the way of their agenda." (p. 34. Carman. Ibid.)

"Their (non-christians) opposition to Christianity is not intellectual. They simply do not want Christ to reign over them!" (p. 103. Carman. Ibid.)

Rush Limbaugh

"There is an all-out assault now on the Christian community in this country." (TV program. June 9, 1994.)

"Banning prayer in school in effect made God unconstitutional." (Quoted in: Rush Limbaugh and the Bible by Daniel Evearitt. 1993.)


"The days of the Cross are counted. We must deliver the German nation from the pernicious influence of Christianity." (Nazi leader. Quoted in Anti-Semitism Throughout the Ages by Count Heinrich Coudenhove-Kalergi. 1935.)

Erwin Lutzer

"Make no mistake about the intention of these secularists: It is to discredit the voice of Christians so that America will tolerate only one view." (The Myths that could Destroy America.)

"There is a clear intent to keep Christian thinking out of the mainstream of the media and the nation's political life." (p. 83. Lutzer. Ibid.)

Barry Lynn

"There is clearly a distinction made between religious speech and activity and any other speech and activity." (Former ACLU's Legislative Director; now President of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. Policy Review . September 1988.)


John MacArthur

"'Redeeming' the culture is a pointless, futile exercise. I am convinced we are living in a post-Christian society – a civilization that exists under God's judgment." (The Vanishing Conscience. 1994.)

Marlin Maddoux

"If the media blitz against Christians continues, a further step will be a rising rage of hatred against all Christians who believe, practice, and seek to share their faith. This will be followed by more severe social ostracism, then by more and more restrictive laws against our religious liberties." (p. 131. Free Speech or Propaganda? 1990.)

James Madison

"We have staked the future of all our political institutions upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, and to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God." (U.S. fourth President.)


"Crucifixes are sexy because there's a naked man on them." (Singer. Spin magazine. May 1985.)

"I think they probably got it on, Jesus and Mary Magdalene." (The Advocate. 5/21/91.)

David R. Mains

"It is time that we as Christians recognize that it is our beliefs and our values and our way of life that are under attack." (p. 16. The Rise of the Religion of Antichistism. 1985.)

"There is an attitude in the media that is dishonestly reinforcing negative stereotypes about Christians." (p. 17. Mains. Ibid.)

"Christians must deplore unfair and deprecating barbs regularly aimed our way." (p. 18. Mains. Ibid.)

"Increasingly, Christianity is the object of scorn and ridicule." (p. 55. Mains. Ibid.)

Charles Lam Markmann

"If the otherwise admirably civilized pagans of Greece and their Roman successors had had the wit to laugh Judaism into desuetude, the world would have been spared the 2000-year sickness of Christendom." ( The Noblest Cry. St. Martin's Press: New York, NY. 1965.)

George Mason

"As nations cannot be rewarded or punished in the next world, they must be in this. By an inevitable chain of causes and effects, Providence punishes national sins by national calamities." (The Father of the Bill of Rights. Quoted by James Madison. Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787 .)

Martin Mawyer

"Where once the First Amendment guaranteed religious liberty to everyone, in the hands of an ideological court it became the means of banishing religion from every nook and cranny of public life…The First Amendment has become the scourge of religion rather than its defender." (Defending the American Family. New Leaf Press: Green Forest, AR. 1995. p. 30)

"To prohibit prayers in public schools, in public buildings, and at public occasions constitutes a violation of the First Amendment and has the effect of driving religion from the communal life of the American people." (Mawyer. Ibid. p. 123)

"One of the most disturbing aspects of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grants under the past three administrations is its general anti-Christian bias and its specific focus on the Roman Catholic church and on evangelical Protestants." (Mawyer, Ibid. p. 162)

Josh McDowell

"We may very well wake up in the not-too-distant future in a culture that is not only unreceptive but openly hostile to the church and the gospel of Jesus Christ, a culture in which those who proclaim the gospel will be labeled as bigots and fanatics, a culture in which persecution of Christians will be not only allowed but applauded." (p. 9. Co-author Bob Hostetler. The New Tolerance. 1998.)

"Stephen L. Carter coined the phrase 'the culture of disbelief' to describe the prevailing hostility in Western culture toward public expressions of faith." (p. 59. McDowell. Ibid.)

"This is the age of the new tolerance and it is producing a bumper crop of anti-Christian and anti-American sentiment." (p. 119. McDowell. Ibid.)

"We no longer live in a post-Christian society, we live in an anti-Christian society, one in which the Christian faith is dismissed or ridiculed and Christians are considered suspect and their motives and behavior berated." (p. 135. McDowell. Ibid.)

Vernon K. McLellan

"Christians are being shocked (rightfully so) by court decisions, legislative actions, and public policies which are brazenly antagonistic to moral (and Biblical) values."
(p. 28. The Great American Arena! 1984.)

"Should we once again be relegated to the back of America's political busses – merely because we are Bible-believing Christians?" (Preface. McLellan. Ibid.)

"John Dewey and Charles Francis Potter were educational trendsetters. Both were honorary presidents of the NEA (National Education Association). Is it any wonder, then, despite many educators and administrators who still espouse Christianity, that there has been a mounting campaign from the 'inside' to remove all traces of our Judeo-Christian ethic from all public schools." (p. 29)

"We have allowed God to be legislated and blotted from our great country." (p. 107)

"For too long Christians were told that their place was inside those hallowed halls of the nation's churches. The 'separation of church and state' philosophy was heralded so loudly that we were made to believe that we had absolutely no say at all in the legislative decisions and government programs – that our mission to this world was purely a spiritual matter." (p. 110)

Paul McGuire

(Concerning) persecution against Christians in America, for those who say it can't happen here – it is already happening here in America. Christians are being increasingly persecuted for their beliefs and bold stand for Jesus Christ." (p. 102. Who Will Rule the Future? 1991.)

"(Concerning) anti-Christian Bigotry, the mass media in our nation relentlessly attack anything that even remotely champions morality or Judeo-Christian values." (p. 104. McGuire. Ibid.)

"In our nation a new and insidious form of religious hatred is developing. I believe there is an attempt to create hat5red in the public mind toward orthodox Christians, Jews, and Catholics. It is being implemented by the mass media."(p.107. McGuire. Ibid.)

Michael Medved

"For many of the most powerful people in the entertainment business, hostility to organized religion goes so deep and burns so intensely that they insist on expressing that hostility, even at the risk of financial disaster." (p. 64. Hollywood vs. America.1992.)

"(Concerning GLAAD's protesting 'Silence of the Lambs'): Why is it offensive to portray a creep and a murderer as a homosexual, but totally acceptable to present him as a religious Christian?" (p. 68. Medved. Ibid.)

"Hollywood's persistent hostility to religious values is not just peculiar, it is positively pathological." (p. 71. Medved. Ibid.)

"The movie industry has ignored the success of films that look favorably on faith with the same sort of self-destructive stubbornness that has led to its continued sponsorship of antireligious-message movies." (p. 76. Medved. Ibid.)

"The distortions and insults about organized religion will continue unabated as long as our popular culture continues its overall campaign against judgment and values. A war against standards leads logically and inevitably to hostility to religion because it is religious faith that provides the ultimate basis for all standards." (p. 89. Medved. Ibid.)

"Asking Hollywood to begin to show some restraint and balance in its antireligious fury is not the same as suggesting that the industry must transform itself into an agency for advancing the Word of God." (p. 90. Medved. Ibid.)

"The bottom line is not money but some sort of demonic compulsion that drives these people to lash out against Jesus Christ, against Christians, and against anyone who holds to a sincere belief in God, in spite of the fact that it is going to cost them tens of millions of dollars to do it. They are driven to 'make a statement' regardless of the consequences." Hollywood vs. America: Popular Culture and the War on Traditional Values. 1992)

H. L. Mencken

"On the one side was bigotry, ignorance, hatred, superstition, every sort of blackness that the human mind is capable of. On the other side was sense." (Columnist criticizing the Christian arguments of the Scopes Trial in the 1870s.)

Catherine Millard

"To reclaim our beloved nation from the destructive forces of humanism, secularism, atheism and false religions, we must first retrieve the true history from those who have almost hidden it beneath an avalanche of lies, distortions and misinterpretations."
(p. ii. The Rewriting of America's History. 1991.)

"It's happening through the rewriting and/or reinterpretation of American historical records: in our national parks, monuments, memorials, landmarks, shrines and churches." (p. iii. Millard. Ibid.)

"In spite of this great weight of evidence pertaining to the Christian origins of our nation and the Pilgrims' stalwart faith and trust in Almighty God and His Son, Jesus Christ, it is once again flabbergasting to read current historical accounts of the Mayflower Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony." (p. 23. Millard. Ibid.)

"How is it then, that Scripture, prayer and Christian values, which were all so prevalent in America's foremost textbooks and dictionaries, have been in recent years expunged from all of Webster's original works – and 'banned' from the public school domain?" (p. 161. Millard. Ibid.)

D. Patrick Miller

"(Religion) has become the blind spot of American journalism." (Columbia Journalism Review.)

Kelly Monroe

"Students feel safer as doubters than as believers, and as perpetual seekers rather than eventual finds." (Finding God at Harvard. 1996.)

Stephen V. Monsma

"The court's recent understanding of religion as a private matter for individuals has plainly become malnourished and impoverished." (p. ix. Positive Neutrality. 1993.)

"Secularists argue that differences of religion were the chief cause of violence in our history – conveniently overlooking violent clashes of region, race, and class, not the least of which was the bloodiest war in history until that time, the Civil War." (p. x. Monsma. Ibid.)

" Religion is removed from the public realm, and the public realm is removed from the affairs of religion. However, this is not neutrality. Implicitly, it supports secularism." (p. 40. Monsma. Ibid.)

"Most Americans instinctively recoil from the claim that there is an antireligious bias running through the underlying assumptions with which their society approaches church-state issues. However, there is persuasive evidence that among some influential segments of the population, there is a very real antireligious strain." (p. 68. Monsma. Ibid.)

B. F. Morris

"The Christian religion was the underlying basis and the pervading element of all the social and civil institutions of the Virginia colony." (Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States.)

Malcolm Muggeridge

"The whole social structure is now tumbling down, dethroning its God, undermining all its certainties. All this, wonderfully enough, is being done in the name of the health, wealth, and happiness of all mankind." (The End of Christendom. 1980. p. 17.)

William Murchison

"This willful deafness to religious argument, so new in our history, has had various effects. A principal one is encouragement of the already widespread view that religion doesn't have a lot to do with modern concerns – the way people live, the way they think." (p. 60. Reclaiming Morality in America. 1994.)

"This notion of public-school doors being barred to God would have confounded not only the founding fathers but also those who attended American public schools as recently as the early 1960s." (p. 153. Murchison. Ibid.)

"If religion and churches are truly threats to our liberties, how did those liberties survive, and in such healthy condition, all those years of classroom prayer and Bible-reading?" (p. 153. Murchison. Ibid.)

"… religious insults are considered acceptable even by those who decry slurs about race, ethnicity, and gender. Religious people seem to deserve such treatment." (p. 159. Murchison. Ibid.)

"A judge (in Shreveport, LA) found it constitutionally intolerable that Louisiana should interject 'religious beliefs and moral judgments into teaching.'" (p. 163. Murchison. Ibid .)

William Murray

"The expenses of the paperwork and court fees involved in pursuing the appeal through the courts were not too high. In fact, as I recall, removing prayer from U.S. public schools cost less than $20,000…no Christian organization filed a brief in support of our opponents (the Baltimore Board of Education)." (Son of atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair. My Life Without God . 1982.)

Chris Murray

"The U.S. Army has recently removed the cross from the insignia worn by chaplains. In its place is a sun with its rays, symbolizing the divine in all things." (Army Times. Jan. 17, 1994. p. 12)


Ronald Nash

"The religious opponents of Christian conservatives are presented as moderates." (p. 10. Why the Left is Not Right. 1996.)

"The secular and religious Left find it convenient to demonize politically conservative Christians." (p. 13. Nash. Ibid.)

"One thing evangelicals want is a reprieve from intolerance against their beliefs, values, and practices." (p. 196. Nash. Ibid.)

"Extremist groups like People for the American Way attack Christians who run for public office as a threat to the 'separation of church and state,' though they never specify why conservatives are any more of a threat than churchmen and church women on the Left who have led religiously inspired causes for decades." (p. 198. Nash. Ibid.)

Richard John Neuhaus

"Determined secularists view these (remnants of Christianity) as residual inconsistencies that they have not yet go around to extirpating and that may not be worth bothering about…Form the secularist perspective it may be that the essential battles have been won and excessive zeal in pressing a final mopping-up operation might only excited further public hostility." (p. 21. The Naked Public Square.)

"Whatever else the religious Right may be, it is a bonanza for its opponents…Reports of the great terror that is upon us are raising millions of dollars in fund appeals by Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Organization for Women, Norman Lear's People for the American Way, and others who claim to believe that the religious Right is the greatest peril to American democracy since Joe McCarthy." (p. 5. Piety & Politics. 1987. Co-editor Michael Cromartie)

"I do believe that those who compare the religious Right to the Nazis have fallen victim to polemical heat prostration ."(p. 6. Neuhaus. Ibid.)

Jacob Neusner

"But the more insidious enemies of religion recognize but deplore religion's remarkable influence in the world order." (p. 139. Conservative, American and Jewish.1993.)

The New England Confederation

"Whereas we all came into these parts of America with one and the same end and aim, namely, to advance the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ and to enjoy the liberties of the Gospel in purity with peace." (May 19, 1643.)

New York Times

"It ill behooves an organization dedicated to fighting against defamation to engage in defamation of its own. The separation of church and state is not the same thing as elimination of religious values and concepts from political discourse." (Aug. 2, 1994. Paid advertisement by a number of Jewish columnists: Michel Medved, Dennis Prager, Mona Charen, Irving Kristol.)

Martin Niemoller

"They came for the communists, but I wasn't a communist – so I didn't object;
They came for the socialists, but I wasn't a socialist – so I didn't object;
They came for the trade union leaders, but I wasn't a trade union leader – so I didn't object;
They came for the Jews, but I wasn't a Jew – so I didn't object;
Then they came for me – and there was no one left to object."
(Lutheran pastor, lecturing after his release from the Nazi camps)

Fredrich Nietzsche

"I condemn Christianity; I bring against the Christian Church the most terrible of all accusations that an accuser has ever had in his mouth. It is, to me, the greatest of all imaginable corruptions; it seeks to work the ultimate corruption, the worse possible corruption. The Christian Church has left nothing untouched by its depravity; it has turned every value into worthlessness, and every truth into a lie, and every integrity into baseness of soul." (p. 180. The AntiChrist. Translated by H. L. Mencken. The Noontide Press: Torrance, CA. 1980.)

"Now it is our preference that decides against Christianity, not arguments."

Warren A. Nord

"To understand history and (historical) literature one must understand a great deal about religion: on this all agree. Consequently, the relative absence of religion from history textbooks is deeply troubling." (University of North Carolina. History Textbooks: A Standard and Guide. 1994.)

Michael Novak

"It is not possible in this culture today to hold up to public pillory and ridicule any group – whether blacks, American Indians, women, homosexuals, Poles, or any of a number of other groups that have been discriminated against in the past. However, the one group you can hold up to public mockery and pillory without fear of reprisal is evangelical Christians." (Columnist and Writer. Taken from Character & Destiny by Dr. D. James Kennedy. p. 223)

"There is a bigotry rampant in America, against evangelicals. It is the last respectable bigotry." (Michael Novak)


Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

"If a State refused to let religious groups use facilities open to others, then it would demonstrate not neutrality but hostility toward religion." (U.S. Supreme Court Justice)

Madelyn Murray O'Hair

"Ill tell you, Mr. Thomas, why some Christians are afraid of me. They're not sure that what they believe is really true. If they were sure, I wouldn't be a threat to them at all." O'Hair talking to Cal Thomas. Blinded by Might. p. 92.)

Marvin Olasky

"Lack of understanding, along with outright anti-Christian prejudice, leads to journalistic amazement or horror at the supposed self-deception of those who do see a spiritual realm." (p. 141. Prodigal Press: The Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media. 1988.)

"Many journalists seem to desire 'liberation' from Christian roots." (p. 116. Olasky. Ibid.)

"Powerful groups with anti-Christian worldviews dominate major media and major educational institutions." (pp. 142.143. Olasky. Ibid.)

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