Summary: There are people and organizations that claim to provide liberty from religion especially from the power of Christianity, for even the mention of Christ, the Bible, prayer, or even the showing of the cross is offensive to them, they all say it’s not polit
Liberty; Freedom from restraint, in a general sense, and applicable to the body, or to the will or mind. The body is at liberty, when not confined; the will or mind is at liberty, when not checked or controlled.
There are people and organizations that claim to provide liberty from religion especially from the power of Christianity, for even the mention of Christ, the Bible, prayer, or even the showing of the cross is offensive to them, they all say it’s not politically correct and is an infringement into their civil liberties.
“While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage.”
Men are serving a god whether it is the one true God or a man made one that can neither see, hear, speak nor answer prayer, every man has a religion, even atheist have their own religion, a religion based upon denial, which will and has consumed their soul.
Men who call for the elimination of Christianity are in bondage to a power that cannot be seen, Satan is their consumer, they have become in league with corruption and are deceived by this word they call liberty.
A man is overcome when he believes that he is more than what he appears to be, being lured by his lust of the flesh, the pride of his eyes and the pride of life.
For a man is in bondage to that thing that consumes him, whether it be the belief that god does not exist or weather he believes that men are better off if Christianity is removed from the conscience of all men, this is their religion, and they are the servants of corruption.
Religion is; any system of faith and or worship. (Atheism is a religion because they use faith that God does not exist. For faith is the basses of any religion.)
In this sense, religion comprehends the belief and worship of pagans and Mohammedans, as well as of Christians; any religion consisting in the belief of a superior power or powers governing the world, and in the worship of such power or powers. (This power can also be used in the sense of man’s own governing power.) We speak of false religion, as well as of true religion.
For God considers all men the same, whether they be poor, rich, young, old, powerful or weak.
For as it is written, “Who is man that the Lord should consider him.” Without God, man would have no liberty even to denounce Him or to being persistent that He doesn’t even exists, for Satan offers no liberty, no freedom, no peace from persecution. Satan is a liar and was a liar from the beginning; he has no pity, no remorse and no love for mankind.
While men sue at law to claim their liberty to be free from Christianity and or religion, they try to remove the liberty of those that worship the Father.
In today’s world we see the effort to criminalize Christianity, while false religions suffer no ill will against them from these same people. They fear these false religions and fear not the Living God. They seek to make a name for themselves built up with pride and self-accomplishments. They pass laws which they have no intention of obeying, make rules that they break and condemn all who oppose their will.
This is reminiscent of the charges brought against the Sadducees, Pharisees and lawyers by Jesus. “For they bind heavy burdens and grievous to be borne, and lay them on men's shoulders; but they themselves will not move them with one of their fingers.” “And he said, Woe unto you also, ye lawyers! for ye lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your fingers.”
Each and every man has, or will, know of God and His Christ. Each individual will have an opportunity to choose whom they will worship and serve, each will have an opportunity to choose salvation over condemnation, each will be afforded the ability to choose his path whether it be the one of righteousness or unrighteousness. For in the end of a man’s life, as he falls so shall he be raised into judgment.
“For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse: Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.”
2Pe 2:19-21, Mat.23:4, Luke 11:46, Rom 1:20-21, Webster, TSK, and KJV