Today at In God We Trust
I wanted to share with you today a great comment I received on our petition in support of H.R. 343, or the “Pray in Jesus’ Name” bill. Rob in Florida commented on his petition, “I am a retired ‘enlisted’ from the U.S. Navy. I would not like having my chaplain muzzled. I believe strongly in what you are doing.” Thank you, Rob, for your support and your kind words. I agree with you that our chaplains should not be ‘muzzled,’ our brave fighting men and women don’t deserve that.
In God We Trust’s “Saving Religion in America” Survey Results
In God We Trust is pleased to announce the results of our 2013 Saving Religion in America Survey.
When asked, "Do you think In God We Trust should work to expose Obama's unholy alliance with groups that want to remove God from public life," ninety-two percent of respondents said "Yes."
Question two asked, "Should In God We Trust continue to support legislation that protects religious freedom and oppose Members of Congress who are hostile to religion," and ninety-six percent agreed that we need to continue in our efforts to hold elected officials accountable.
We also asked, "Should In God We Trust continue to refute the lies and bigotry of the mainstream media?" Ninety-six percent said that we should continue to work to bring attention to the bias in the media.
Question four wondered, "Should In God We Trust continue to oppose efforts at the local and state level to ban God, The Pledge of Allegiance, and public prayer?" Four percent said "No," another four percent declined to answer, and ninety-two percent said "Yes," we should continue to oppose those efforts.
The last question we posed was, "Should In God We Trust oppose, everywhere and at all times, the push by leftists, atheists and God-haters to force all Americans to give up their religion?" Eight percent said "No," two percent declined to answer, and ninety percent agreed with a "Yes" vote.
The 2013 Saving Religion in America Survey results will be sent to key decision makers, elected leaders, and major news outlets across the country.
We thank each and every supporter for taking the time to fill in the survey and returning it to In God We Trust. Without our supporters continuing their financial assistance and political activism, In God We Trust could not continue its important work.
From Bishop Nedd
The American Atheists have sunk to a new low in my personal estimation. They are threatening to sue Princeton over a 9-11 Memorial. Why? Because they are offended that the symbol of faith, the Christian cross, carved into a steel beam by rescue and recovery workers at Ground Zero, would be featured.
What message would that send? Should we, as a nation, ignore history if it doesn't suit our ideological agenda? Should we rewrite it to be politically expedient?
No. Our nation is better than that. We cannot give up the fight!
We must learn from our history, embrace our mistakes, defend our liberty, share our values with the next generation, and remain steadfast in our common faith — against any and all who seek to undermine America.