Democrats are not all that fond of the Almighty. In fact, you might remember back in 2012, when they booed God during their political convention in Charlotte. I can’t recall if that was before or after they tried to remove Him from the party platform.
Republicans, on the other hand, believe we are one nation under God – and the Almighty is always welcome at their political conventions.
As a matter of fact, before all the politicking starts, Republicans will gather Sunday for a church service. Click here for information.
Pastor Jim Garlow is preaching and Gov. Mike Huckabee will lend his musical skills during a service sponsored by the GOP and Pure Flix – a faith-based movie distributor.
After the preaching, Republican delegates will be treated to a viewing of “God’s Not Dead 2” – starring Melissa Joan Hart as a teacher who comes under fire for answering a student’s question about Jesus.
So it seemed reasonable for Pure Flix Entertainment to promote the DVD release of “God’s Not Dead 2” by renting a billboard in downtown Cleveland near the Republican National Convention site.
The 32 feet by 60 feet sign would have featured Ms. Hart along with the following message: “I’d rather stand with God and be judged by the world than stand with the world and be judged by God.”
That doesn’t sound all that controversial, does it?
Well, it turns out the billboard company thought the sign was extremely controversial…
Read the full article by Todd Starnes at FoxNews