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October 14, 2014


Look on the bright side - maybe they'll read the sermons and get inspired by them to attend church.

The surprising thing is that this happened in Houston and not Austin.

I wonder if it has anything to do with wanting to get rid of tax exempt status for churches by catching them making political statements. There's a lot of people out there who would like to deny churches tax exempt status.

I read this just a few minutes ago via another news agency. It both angers and chills me. The increasing totalitarianism against Christianity continues to grow at an alarming rate.

While I doubt it'll do much good it will do, I just sent an e-mail the Houston Mayor and City Council expressing my dismay.

"Section 6. That there exists a public emergency requiring that this Ordinance be passed finally on the date of its introduction as requested in writing by the Mayor"

Passed the 28th of May, took effect the 30th.

I wonder what the public emergency was, and what the normal process for ordinances is in Houston that it was necessary to invoke a public emergency for rapid implementation of the ordinance.

Maybe it was a bathroom emergency.

@Sam Harper Perhaps it is coming to Austin.

Great point, John Moore: in fact, eMatters brings up the brilliant suggestion on the WK blog that all of the pastors should perform and submit a sermon on Romans 1 for the liberal fascists in Houston.

I'm waiting for all of the a-theists to come out and condemn this action based on he "separation of church and state." Not holding my breath, however.

Perhaps every Bible-preaching pastor in the nation should forward their sermon manuscripts to the mayor.

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