Gallup determines most religious states in America

February 3, 2009 by Taylor Marshall  
Filed under Culture, Headlines

The Gallup poll has recently determined which US states are the most and least “religious”. Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Arkansas are the “most religious states” in the nation. Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts are the “least religious states”.

Read full article from Gallup.

               

Are we obsessed about “God Bless America”?

December 16, 2008 by Taylor Marshall  
Filed under Culture, Faith

Why are Americans obsessed with the words “God bless America”? A new Canadian documentary looks at the American fascination with invoking God’s blessing.

The six-part documentary by award-winning Canadian journalist Ralph Benmergui probes why and when faith became such an important part in the life of that country.

It probes: When did it become obligatory for presidents to end every speech with the words “God bless America”? Why do so many Americans believe that their country enjoys the lord’s special favour?

“God Bless America”, to be aired on Canada’s VisionTV, premieres Jan 19 – just a day before the new US president Barack Obama takes oath of office.

From: Economic Times.

               

Today I wear black

November 5, 2008 by Taylor Marshall  
Filed under Headlines, Uncategorized

Today I wear black.

We are the nation of:

  1. legalized and state-funded contraception
  2. legalized and state-funded embryo destruction
  3. legalized and homosexual “marriage”
  4. legalized no-fault divorce
  5. mandatory income redistribution (to fund the items above in large part)
  6. and our elected president is a man who fought for legislation stating that babies that survive botched abortion should be killed by a doctor

This is what the United States has become. I mourn.

When I finish mourning I will do everything that I can do to reverse these evils in our land.

If God’s wrath comes, we can only blame ourselves. We voted for it.