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Christian Symbols Banned

How can we support the petition that has been submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court asking the justices to repair damage done by a lower court in a ruling that allows the display in public schools of menorahs and star-and-crescent symbols, but not Christian symbols.

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Stop the ACLU . org is where you all need to ban together...And when the time comes, all Christians will need to band together and stop picking on each other about their specific denomination to battle against the devil and demons.
Are U ready?????

Another good advocate is Paul McGuire...7:40 AM KBRT. God Bless you all!
---Lisa on 9/2/07

No fear of God. I am sorry for this country. One day it will face God, this country and its Government and its people. God's wrath. You may laugh, not when it comes crashing down.
---catherine on 9/1/07

You could try looking up their names and address on the Internet and mail a signed petition, or try starting with your local government maybe.
---Katie on 9/1/07

** Have you seen the e-mail going around to flood the ACLU with Christmas Cards to raise havoc with their inbound mail room operations**

Et reliqua.

Is this procedure really charitable? Will it bring glory to God's name, or just give Christians a reputation for being obnoxious?
---Jack on 8/31/06

Have you seen the e-mail going around to flood the ACLU with Christmas Cards to raise havoc with their inbound mail room operations. I think it should be modified since Christmas cards stand out too much to just send Christmas letters in #10 white envelopes not using holiday stamps. That way is is harder to tell from normal inbound mail traffic and they will still have to open them to look for donations. But it will cost them a lot of man hours to deal with the problem.
---Phil_the_Elder on 8/28/06

There are two extremes. The left, the ACLU that wants a secular America, emptied of all religiuos symbols and culture. They want NO religion in America, like the old Soviet Union. The 'ACLJ" is the far-right, it wants a theocratic America. They are out to ban everything. Most people, 80% of us are in the middle,and ignore both.
---MikeM on 8/28/06

A petition (as usually understood as a long list of names attached to a letter) submitted to the Supreme Court has no legal meaning whatsoever as this is not how matters are brought before this court, though it might have some moral weight.
---Jack on 8/27/06

The American Center for Law and Justice, or ACLJ with Jay Sekulow is a resource for information and involvement
---christina on 8/27/06

It appears that the petition is already in Washington. My suggestion would be to pray for the judges.
We are experiencing persecution. This issue is just that. Jesus said to expect it. Whining "It's not fair" is not exhibiting the fruit of the Spirit. Jesus was our example when He went before Pilate. We should follow HIS example.
---Madison1101 on 8/27/06

Loose the Holy Spirit of conviction on them. "When He comes, He will convict the world of sin." Look at this from a spiritual standpoint and PRAY according to 2nd Chronicles 2:14. I believe we can break through stuff like this through theh power of prayer. We pray and God moves supernaturally in our lives through the power of His Holy Spirit. I think I'm naieve in believing prayer can change everything. Sorry about that.
---Donna9759 on 8/26/06

Internet petitions are basically worthless because they do not have signatures to authenticate them. Any one can create a fake one just by getting peoples name for a local or any where in the country by using White Pages lookup's. Most government agencies the President and Congress run filters and when petition is found in the Subject line or message body it goes in the bit bucket and periodically deleted unread. Paper Petitions with signatures work. Letters or e-mails to Congress work best.
---notlaw99 on 8/25/06

Contact the American Family Association. Their Action Alert program is great - them even give you the contact address/email, etc for who you need to contact. Their email is or go to their web sit for all the legitimate up to date information on whose trying to take away our Christian rights and family morals.
---Terry on 8/25/06

They are legitimate petitions out there. You also need to email or call your senator and congressman for your area and tell them what you want and that your future votes rest on their actions in these matters. It does work.
---Terry on 8/25/06

I just went to the library of congress thomas website and searched but could not find a bill like this one. It is either not real or I am not good at picking search words.
---tofurabby on 8/25/06

This quesstion reminds me of a larger issue. Why are Christians offended when they are not allowd to wear "Christian symbols" in different venues of public service? Why do Christians get offended when so-called Christian religous symbols are removed from public display? How does battling secular courts and secular governments produce fruit? Does fighting secularism through court systems show the true Spirit of Christianity? When did Jesus take on the secular government in His time here on earth?
---Ryan on 8/25/06

** How can we support the petition that has been submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court...**
Et reliqua.
Is this a REAL petition that's circulating--and it wouldn't do any good going to a court, anyway--or is it one of those Christian-flavored urban legends, like flooding the FCC with requests not to disallow Christian broadcasting?
---Jack on 8/25/06

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Has that ruling really been made? It sounds iniquitous.
---alan8869_of_UK on 8/25/06

You send your petitions to the wrong place. They need to go to Congress They Make The Laws and can start Constitutional Amendments. They also control government by approving budgets including The US Court System. The Supreme Court can declare thing Unconstitutional. But Congress approves the Federal Courts Operating Budget and they can get the Justices attention real fast by not approving budgets. The Dollar is still the best leverage when dealing with an unfriendly court system.
---Phil_the_Elder on 8/25/06

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