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


University Study

"Television's treatment of religion tends to be best characterized as abuse through neglect." (1992 Study: professors from Northwestern University, University of Dayton, and Duke University Medical Center)


Jesse Ventura

"Organized religion is a sham and a crutch for weak-minded people who need strength in numbers. It tells people to go out and stick their noses in other people's business." (The Washington Post. 9/20/99. Taken from Playboy magazine.)

Richard & Susan Vigilante

"The ACLU has effectively reduced 'the place of religion in American life; and have restricted religious speech in a way they would never allow other forms of speech to be restricted.'" (Policy Review. September 1988.)

Paul C. Vitz

"Are public school textbooks biased? Are they censored? The answer to both is yes. And the nature of the bias is clear: Religion, traditional family values, and conservative political and economic positions have been reliably excluded from children's textbooks." (p. 1. Professor of psychology at New York University. Censorship: Evidence of Bias in Our Children's Textbooks. 1986.)

"In grades 1 through 4 these books introduce the child to U.S. society – to family life, community activities, ordinary economic transactions, and some history. None of the books covering grades 1 through 4 contain one word referring to any religious activity in contemporary American life." (p. 1.Vitz. Ibid.)

"Religious concepts and vocabulary are certainly censored in these textbooks." (p. 79. Vitz. Ibid.)

"There is not one text reference to characteristic Protestant religious life in these books…The dominant theme is the denial of religion as an actual part of American life." (New York University Psychology Professor.)

"School textbooks have almost completely excised any reference to America's true religious heritage." (Vitz. Ibid..)


Dan Wakefield

"Religion is rarely mentioned in current prime-time dramas or sitcoms that supposedly reflect the way we live now." (TV producer. TV Guide. 1989.)

Peter Waldron

"The enemies of God won't tolerate Christian cultural and political action. There simply isn't enough room in their pluralism for faithful followers of the Lord Jesus Christ."
(p. 119. Rebuilding the Walls. 1987.)

Rus Walton

"Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of this so-called environmental hierarchy, after its open hostility to Christianity, is its nihilistic view of mankind." ( One Nation Under God. The Plymouth Rock Foundation: Marlborough, NH. 1993. p. 181)

Chief Justice Earl Warren

"I believe no one can read the history of our country without realizing that the Good Book and the spirit of the Savior have from the beginning been our guiding geniuses." (Supreme Court Justice addressing the annual prayer breakfast of the International Council of Christian Leadership. Time magazine. Feb. 15, 1954. p. 49.)

President George Washington

"You do well to wish to learn our arts and ways of life, and above all, the religion of Jesus Christ ." (His address to the Delaware Chiefs. May 12, 1797.)

"It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible." (First U.S. President)

"Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars." (George Washington, Farewell Address.)

"Whatever may be conceded to the influence of refined education of minds…reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle ." (George Washington's Farewell Address.)

The Washington Times

"In 1931 the U.S. Supreme Court noted that the United States is a Christian nation. In a mid-Atlantic summit with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in the darkest hours of World War II, President Roosevelt – who had described the United States as 'the lasting concord between men and nations, founded on the principles of Christianity' – asked the crew of an American warship to join him in a rousing chorus of the hymn 'Onward, Christian Soldiers.' In 1947, writing to Pope Pius XII, President Truman said flatly, 'This is a Christian nation .' Nobody argued with any of them." (Larry Witham.

"'Christian Nation' Now Fighting Word." The Washington Times. Nov. 23, 1992. A1.)

William Watkins

"The Sixties movement did not rebel against religion. It rebelled against the Christian religion." (p. 24. The New Absolutes. Bethany House Publishers. 1996. Ibid.)

"No religion can claim exclusive truth (says the New Agers). Because orthodox Christianity commits this unpardonable sin, it is the major obstacle to the religious and social harmony of the planet." (p. 27. Watkins. Ibid.)

"The conflicts raging throughout America on such issues as abortion, euthanasia, homosexuality, feminism, race, and the public role of religion are over the emergence of new absolutes seeking to replace the old ones which used to dominate our country." (p. 44.Watkins. Ibid.)

"Through their judicial decisions, black-robed judges have put religion in serious trouble in the land of the free." (p. 49. Watkins. Ibid.)

"Separationist groups such as the ACLU, People for the American Way, and Americans United for Separation of Church and State are doing all they can to sweep religion's influence out of every nook and cranny of Americans' public life." (p. 62. Watkins. Ibid.)

"Those who practice (their faith in the public sphere) are generally caricatured as extremists, fundamentalists, religious zealots, bigots, right-wing fanatics, enemies of genuine liberty, censors of free speech, ignorant antagonists of liberal education." (p. 64. Watkins. Ibid.)

"Keep your faith at home. That is the resounding message of most of America's courts, political leaders, educators, liberal clergy, and a growing number of secular-minded common citizens." (p. 64. Watkins. Ibid.)

"Secularism is becoming religion's replacement. And it is bringing with it a breakdown of the moral, spiritual, and intellectual fiber that religion, especially Christianity, held together for centuries on the North American Continent." (p. 64. Watkins. Ibid.)

"The West has become a hostile place for families and people of faith." (p. 239. Watkins. Ibid.)

James G. Watt

"In the 1980s…it was a liberal philosophy of government that changed the rules to suit its own political ends. We were forfeiting our freedoms to conform to a humanistic philosophy that was patently antireligious ." (p. 114. The Courage of a Conservative. 1985.)

"Early American speeches, from Washington's to Patrick Henry's, have been detheologized in history textbooks. No one has called it censorship." (p. 119. Watt. Ibid.)

"I was driven from my position as Interior Secretary, not because of my environmental record, but because of my (Christian) beliefs. That's the real struggle." (Watt's speech in Alcoa, TN. Taken from The Great American Arena! by Vernon McLellan. 1984.)

Daniel Webster

"Whatever makes me good Christians, makes them good citizens."

Noah Webster

"All the miseries and evils which men suffer from vice, crime, ambition, injustice, oppression, slavery, and war, proceed from their despising or neglecting the precepts contained in the Bible ." (Founding Father. 1832.)

President Woodrow Wilson

"America was born a Christian nation. America was born to exemplify that devotion to the elements of righteousness which are derived from the revelations of Holy Scripture." (Taken from: Kingdoms at War by Bill Bright. 1986.)

John W. Whitehead

"Outright persecution of Christian liberty is permeating our society. Christians are called to recognize these attacks, and repel them with stalwart biblical action." ( Freedom of Religious Expression: Fact or Fiction? 1986.)

" Suppression and censorship are the logical consequence of the predominance of secularism in the 20th century." (Whitehead. Ibid.)

"There is little tolerance by a secularistic state for theistic religion. As a consequence, persecution, either open or subtle, of Christianity is inevitable." (Whitehead. Ibid.)

"Persecution is presently being manifested by such things as the growing state interference in churches, Christian schools and other Christian institution." (Whitehead. Ibid.)

"Because secularism has little or no tolerance and is opposed to other religions, it actively rejects, excludes and attempts to eliminate Christianity from meaningful participation in society. Its proponents must, therefore, censor and suppress Christianity. This is a logical extension of secularism." (Whitehead. Ibid.)

"Many secularists – often backed by the potency of legislative and judicial action – are fighting to remove all religious expression from our public society." (John W. Whitehead. Ibid.)

John W. Whitehead (More)

"America is moving toward what I call a system of religious apartheid…the term describes the increasing hostility of secular concerns toward religious interest."
(p. 9. Religious Apartheid. 1994.)

"Religion, especially public manifestations of Christianity, is being systematically separated from America society." (p. 9. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"What we are witnessing is the end of religion and morality in the public sphere."
(p. 12. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"On every side and in every phase of life, Judeo-Christian beliefs and practices are berated and denounced." (p. 17. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"Modern culture is prejudiced against the Judeo-Christian ethic." (p. 18. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"American secular society is systematically closing the door to virtually all forms of Judeo-Christian expression in public places." (p. 22. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"We are now seeing, so to speak, the de-Christianization of the American psyche." (p. 22. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"The cases and instances of religious censorship are generally unreported in the secular media and receive only sporadic attention in the religious media." (p. 22. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"As religious apartheid has become more commonplace, the systematic attack on and prohibition of all religious expression in America's public places has become the rule rather than the exception." (p. 34. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"Indeed, Christians are the only remaining people who may be publicly defamed with impunity." (p. 72. Whitehead. Ibid.)

"The American Civil Liberties Union and other organizations are using the courts and threats of litigation to cleanse all Christian religious expression from American public life." (p. 146. Whitehead. Ibid.)

John W. Whitehead (More)

"The humanistic consensus is interested in eliminating Christianity , because individual Christians have an absolute standard by which to judge the system." (p. 40. The Second American Revolution. 1982.)

"When confronted by the state, the silent church often presents a weak protest, and if pushed, wilts." (p. 148. Whitehead. Ibid.)

John Whitehead (More)

"Our country, as it has moved toward a post-Christian consensus, has adopted pragmatic relativism and collectivism as basic themes of American society." (p. 16. The Stealing of America . 1983.)

"The ACLU is repressing a whole segment of society – religious people – as if it were an appendage of the secular state." (Whitehead. The Stealing of America. p. 126)

"Historically there have been two major stages in the attack on the church. First, the state and its agencies are secularized. Second, the state attacks every prerogative or privilege of the church in an indirect manner so that, in disguised fashion, its right to exist is denied." (p. 100. Whitehead. Ibid.)

Darylann Whitemarsh

"Then and now many Christians think the phrase 'separation of church and state' is in the Constitution. It is not. It (was) in Article 52 of the Constitution of the Soviet Union." (p. 145. We Can Change America.)

Alan Wildmon

"Disney seems to not just dislike Christians and their families, but despise them." (Disney and the Bible . Perucci Ferraiuolo. 1996.)

Dr. Donald Wildmon

"…he (Norman Lear) considers almost any Christian who speaks up for and acts on his or her faith to be 'dangerous.'" (p. 147. Don Wildmon: The Man the Networks Love to Hate. 1989.)

"Would (movie moguls) release a film portraying Adolph Hitler as a great benefactor of the Jews? Hardly. Would they release a movie if the black community found it to be highly disparaging? No way. You better believe these executives would also think long and hard before they released a movie offensive to American Indians, Muslims homosexuals or virtually any affinity group. Yet, to (most movie industries) a film which offends millions of Christians is fine and dandy." (p. 205. Wildmon. Ibid.)

Professor Robert Wilkin

"The ferocity of the current assault on the legacy of Christian culture…has brought a new clarity of vision. The alternatives are set before us with unusual starkness: either there will be a genuine renewal of Christian culture – there is no serious alternative – or we will be enveloped by the darkness of paganism in which the worship of the true God is abandoned and forgotten. The sources of the cultural crisis, it turns out, are theological." (University of Virginia. 1992.)

George Will

"We are suffering from a kind of slow-motion barbarization from within ." (Taken from The 57% Solution by George Grant. 1993.)

Garry Wills

"Religion embarrasses the commentators. It is offbounds. An editor of the old Life magazine once assigned me a book on religion with remark that I was the only 'religious nut' – his term for a believer – in his stable of regular reviewers." (p. 18. Under God: Religion and American Politics. 1990.)

President Woodrow Wilson

"America was born a Christian nation . America was born to exemplify that devotion to the elements of righteousness which are derived from the revelations of Holy Scriptures." (The Papers of Woodrow Wilson by Arthur S. Link. Editor. 1988.)

Robert Winthrop

"Men, in a word, must necessarily be controlled either by a power within them or by a power without them, either by the Word of God or by the strong arm of man, either by the Bible or by the bayonet." (Speaker of the House of Representatives. 1852.)

Gerald Wisz

"The media has a drive to shove the Church and its message in the cultural backwaters." (p. 91. Caveat: Where Do We Go From Here? 1993.

Alan Wolfe

"If once in America the question of religious toleration was raised in defense of nonbelievers who dissented from religious orthodoxy, today it is raised by believers who feel excluded from a predominantly secular public world." (p. 67. One Nation, After All. 1998.)




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