March 23, 2017

October 28, 2016

State of Georgia Demands Pastor Turn Over Sermons

All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others

Caner correctly noted that the government seems to exclusively target one faith – biblical Christianity.

“What the government fails to recognize is that ministers of the Gospel are not hirelings of the state, but ambassadors for our Lord,” he said.

Dr. Walsh was catapulted into the national spotlight when he was invited to deliver the 2014 commencement address at Pasadena City College in California.

Walsh, who was then the director of the city’s public health department, came under fierce scrutiny from LGBT activists and students after someone found online copies of his sermons. He backed out of the speaking engagement – but critics persisted and he was forced to resign his post – after reaching a financial settlement with the city.

Shortly afterwards, he applied for the position in Georgia.

“The state of Georgia fired him for something he said in a sermon,” Dys told me. “It’s almost like the state ransacking the pastor’s study trying to find evidence in a desperate attempt to justify their illegal behavior.”


Share this story:

Recent Related Posts



I guess the govt will next make Bibles be re-written so that Romans 1:26-27 is never read aloud in church.

[1] Posted by Undergroundpewster on 10-28-2016 at 10:25 AM · [top]

Always remember - evil HATES good and will do everything in their power to destroy good.  And the are no rules or boundaries in the hunt.

[2] Posted by B. Hunter on 10-28-2016 at 10:27 AM · [top]

They did the same thing to that fire chief in Georgia.

[3] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 10-28-2016 at 08:53 PM · [top]

Registered members are welcome to leave comments. Log in here, or register here.

Comment Policy: We pride ourselves on having some of the most open, honest debate anywhere. However, we do have a few rules that we enforce strictly. They are: No over-the-top profanity, no racial or ethnic slurs, and no threats real or implied of physical violence. Please see this post for more explanation, and the posts here, here, and here for advice on becoming a valued commenter as opposed to an ex-commenter. Although we rarely do so, we reserve the right to remove or edit comments, as well as suspend users' accounts, solely at the discretion of site administrators. Since we try to err on the side of open debate, you may sometimes see comments which you believe strain the boundaries of our rules. Comments are the opinions of visitors, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of Stand Firm site administrators or Gri5th Media, LLC.