Here we go again.
In what seems to be something of an annual cycle on American university campuses these days, students at two universities have taken steps to ban Chick-fil-A, the nation’s top-ranked fast food chicken restaurant chain. Chick-fil-A’s sin? Comments CEO Dan Cathy made back in 2012 in support of biblical marriage.Read more
Month after month, more cases of Christians facing punitive and unjust discrimination in the marketplace of goods, services and ideas roll in. Whether you’re a faith-driven entrepreneur who rents out your private property for events or a photographer, florist, baker or tee shirt maker, your livelihood as a Christian seeking to steward your business in alignment with your faith and values is under threat like never before.Read more
101 Arguments for Defending Natural Marriage
Many biblically orthodox Christians feel that America is drifting hopelessly from God and that the Christian worldview has lost the battle for the hearts and minds of our fellow citizens in the marketplace of goods, services and ideas.
Perhaps nothing more clearly crystallizes this for many than the breathtaking deconstruction of the institution of marriage in the span of just a few short years at the hands of gay activists and their allies. For many Faith Driven Consumers, this sea change in acceptance of same-sex marriage—and its imposition upon the culture largely by judicial fiat—is concerning and perhaps even bewildering.Read more
Will the decision backfire with Faith Driven Consumers who spend $1.75 trillion annually?
As the battle for same-sex marriage moves state-by-state across the nation, gay rights activists received a boost yesterday when Minneapolis-based Target publicly stated its support for redefining the institution by signing onto a court brief in a pending case involving marriage in Wisconsin and Indiana.
While corporate support for the gay, bisexual and transgender political and social agenda has played an influential role in shifting the culture away from the traditional and biblical understanding of natural marriage, Target had previously resisted pressure from pro-gay advocates to embrace same-sex marriage in its home state of Minnesota during a failed 2012 referendum campaign to define marriage in the state constitution as the union of one man and one woman. Following this defeat by voters for natural marriage, gay marriage became legal in Minnesota through the legislative process in 2013.Read more