The current scheme by NPR (National Public Radio) to deny religious freedom to a group of Christians, is an attempt by NPR to overthrow the U.S. Government, as the U.S. Constitution guarantees all faiths the right to worship.
NPR (National Public Radio) has decreed FATWA (*) on Christian Evangelicals because of their "weird" tenets of faith and their acceptance of Apostles and Prophets which NPR's acceptable Christians have not believed in since Biblical times. We need to remind ourselves as Americans, especially those who be not Evangelical, that when any Christian sect is persecuted, religious freedom for all Christians is in peril. If a publicly funded organization condemned and accused Jews or Muslims because of the "weird" beliefs of their religions, said entity would be called out as anti-Semitic or Islamophobic. Now, virtually no one speaks up for persecuted Christians in America, as National Public Radio seeks to overthrow the U.S. Constitution's guarantee to protect the religious freedom of all Americans. NPR.org
We also need to remind ourselves that Taxpayers Provide More Than 25 Percent of NPR's Funding and undoubtedly, a majority of those taxpayers are Christians. Hence, American Christians are funding the very ones who persecute them and attempt to overthrow the United States Constitution.
ALL Christians believe in what non-Christians and NPR interpret as weird, unscientific tenets of faith. All Christians! Catholics, main-line Protestants, and other NPR-approved, acceptable Christians, have not yet been Fatwaed by National Public Radio, but those churches should feel threatened nevertheless. To be a Christian is to believe in the narrative of Jesus, and from His birth to His death there is mysticism which cannot be explained by science. Taxpayer-supported National Public Radio (NPR) has gone to war against Evangelical Christians because they are "weird" Christians. NPR seeks to convince their uneducated listeners that "weird" Christians are unqualified from holding public office in the United States of America. NPR and its listeners are oblivious to America's history and its founding by radical Christians from Europe, including the Puritans and Pilgrims, who like Evangelicals today, were Fatawed in their time and driven from their native homes.
If NPR wants to continue to discredit, ridicule and attempt to disenfranchise Christians, it should learn to do so on its own dime, instead of beggaring public funds from taxpaying Christians who are currently FORCED to send their hard-earned dollars to the government.
Read what the self-described kind, tolerant, erudite NPR Listeners have to say about their fellow Americans because of their weird belief in Jesus: Evangelicals are Engaged in Spiritual Warfare.
(*) Fatwa, meaning severe denunciation, usually of religious issues, is a Semitic root word, which has been used in the English language since 1625.