Faith and the Patriot: Are Patriotism and Christianity Controversial?

Is Patriotism or Christianity controversial?
Is Patriotism or Christianity controversial?

Stripe IconBiloxi, Mississippi (Ammoland) Do you have to be a coward to be a Christian? Are all Christians commanded by the Bible to be pacifists? Modern Christians are portrayed by the big media as bigoted, hypocritical, and most often weak-willed. In many cases, it seems that church leaders foster and encourage this situation, but is that the way of the faith or of man?

It saddens us that this message is even necessary. Growing up in the United States of America during the 1970s and 80s, I could never have imagined that faithful patriotism would be under assault, not just from the fringe-left, but from members of the US government.

a Belief Worth Fighting for
a Belief Worth Fighting for

Yet here we are. We are living in an era where flying the American flag is criticized as “offensive” and desecrating it applauded as “free speech.” Openly supporting the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution is portrayed as “radical.”

Join us for a serious discussion about Faith and the Patriot. The first video can be viewed here.

When practicing Christians are being tortured and executed en mass in Syria, Iraq, and all over the continent of Africa, when people of faith are being fined, jailed and persecuted within the United States for the act of following their beliefs, we can no longer remain silent. We refuse to remain silent.

During the series of videos that follow, we will explain in detail what we see not only as the problems and difficulties we are facing, but the solutions.

“The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”  -Edmund Burke

The time for silent assent is long over. We will no longer sit quietly by, doing nothing. Go to can join us in this critical conversation today.

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