Ralph E. Reed, Jr. Quotes.
Gandhi: Ninny of the 20th Century.
Students are not to read the Bible, jurors are not to hear it, prosecutors cannot quote from it, and teachers are not to display it.
What our children need more than to learn to read and write and add and subtract is to know Jesus Christ.
Antireligious bigotry is not confined to the classroom.
You have to organize, organize, organize, and build and build, and train and train, so that there is a permanent, vibrant structure of which people can be part.
The time has now come to amend the Constitution to restore freedom of speech for America’s people of faith.
The establishment clause was transformed from a shield for religion into a cover for the official sanctioning of religious tolerance.
Each new lawsuit seeks to expand the size of the ‘religion-free zone’ in the public square.
Our legal and political culture has created a bias in the law that borders on censorship against reading, displaying, or quoting the Bible.
Sometimes the cultures phobia of religion borders on the absurd.
The Republican party is not a church. It does not promulgate doctrine and then exclude those who fail to share it. But political parties must stand for something, or they will be unable to generate enthusiastic support from the volunteers needed to burn shoe leather and calories winning competitive elections.
Freedom of religion has been replaced by freedom from religion.
The zealous disdain for religion in American jurisprudence amounts to intolerance. Keith Fournier of the American Center for Law and Justice concludes that ‘the ones not being tolerated are religious people who dare make any kind of religious reference or take any kind of religious posture outside the private arena.
An Associated Press report by Chicago-based reporter Sharon Cohen in May 1993 examined Christian fundamentalists and concluded that they were prone to ‘riots, terrorism – and death.’
I honestly believe that in my lifetime we will see a country once again governed by Christians…and Christian values. What Christians have got to do is take back this country, one precinct at a time, one neighborhood at a time, and one state at a time.
We should resist the temptation to identify our religious convictions with the platform of a party or the platitudes of favored politicians.