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William Murray

William J. Murray is the chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition in Washington, DC. For more than three decades Murray has been at the forefront of social conservatism. During the early 1980’s he served as director of Freedom’s Friends, an organization which reached out to the victims of communism worldwide. In the 1990’s he founded the first commercial Bible publishing company in the Soviet Union. For many years his organizations operated evangelistic tours to the Soviet Union for Christians.

Author of Utopian Road to Hell: Enslaving America and the World with Central Planning.

From his office in Washington, DC, William J. Murray continues to work for the rights of Christians in America and persecuted Christians around the world. Under his guidance the Religious Freedom Coalition assists Christian refugees from Iraq and Syria as well as Palestinian Christian families and Christian schools in the West Bank. He has traveled to the Middle East and Africa numerous times. Murray has been a part of fact finding mission in such areas as Kosovo, Sudan, Morocco, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and China.

William J. Murray has appeared on ABC, CBS, CNN, and NBC Nightly News as well as various Fox News programs. He is a regular guest on numerous radio talk shows. Murray also speaks at numerous conferences and church events each year. He is the author of seven books including his best selling autobiography, My Life Without God, detailed his childhood in the dysfunctional home of atheist/Marxist leader Madalyn Murray O’Hair.

Dr Frank Turek

Dr. Frank Turek

Frank is President of CrossExamined.org, a TV and radio host, and author of several books including the best-seller, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist.

Both ISIS and the LGBT movement seem to fight against the idea of religious freedom and their goal isn’t to “Coexist,” but to force the opposition to submit. They demand compromise and aim for conquest. Therefore, you might think most people would agree these two groups do not fully support the Constitution of the United States.


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We have two guests on today’s program: in our first segment, we check in with William Murray of the Religious Freedom Coalition; we also catch up with Dr. Frank Turek of Cross Examined ministries.

First, William Murray explains the importance of raising awareness about Christian persecution and a corrupt government – a dangerous combination.

President Obama and his pals in the Senate such as John McCain and Lindsey Graham have the absurd belief that the Sunni Muslim fighters they arm and train are actually going to carry out the will of a gay-loving, dope-smoking, alcohol consuming, over-eating, feminist dominated secular nation such as the United States, which they view as the great Satan. Reality check: The Islamic fighters we are arming, training and paying a monthly salary hate every aspect of America’s secular society, and particularly what Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton stand for. William J. Murray, Chairman, Religious Freedom Coalition

Where doctrine is concerned, Islam rejects the deity of Jesus Christ, the resurrection, the virgin birth, the Holy Spirit, and the fact Jesus is the Son of the only living God.

Pastor John MacArthur summed it up well when he stated:

Islam today is the most powerful system on earth for the destruction of biblical truth and Christianity – thousands of Christians are dying under Islamic persecution, especially in the Middle East, Africa, Indonesia, and other parts of Asia. Clearly, Islam and Christianity are mutually exclusive. Both claim to be the only true way to God, but both cannot be right. There is no atonement in Islam, no forgiveness, no savior, and no assurance of eternal life.

Sharia law rejects every unalienable right in the First Amendment and would destroy our freedoms if implemented. It is ignorant or irresponsible to say it could never happen in America.

The other opposition to Christianity and religious freedom, the LGBT agenda aims to “change every mind and every law” one at a time to convince people to not only to accept immoral behavior but to force others to approve of it under the guise of tolerance and cries of “discrimination.”

In the video below in North Carolina, Frank Turek defends religious freedom and exposes liberal hypocrisy regarding the “bathroom bill.”

Frank Turek states:

“Lies are born the moment someone thinks the truth is dangerous…  Who needs the truth when you make so much “progress” by ignoring the truth and engaging in the very bigotry and name-calling you claim to oppose?”

Good laws treat all people equally, but not all of their behaviors equally. In fact, the very reason laws exist at all is because all behaviors are not equal and must be treated differently for the benefit of individuals and society.

Are we to risk the safety of millions of women and children in public restrooms because an extremely small number of people are experiencing a mismatch between their psychology and their biology? Good public policy does not risk the physical safety of women and children because an extreme few have a preference for a different bathroom.

And why aren’t these holier-than-thou folks threatening to pull their business from Iran and Saudi Arabia where they are actually murdering homosexuals? Their moral outrage is not only misdirected, it shows that they’re willing to put women and children at risk by kowtowing to a deceptive special interest group, but they’ll sacrifice nothing to save the people they say they care about by confronting real evil abroad.

 

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