American Christian Civil Rights Movement

American Christian Civil Rights Movement:

Prevent criminalization of Christianity

WASHINGTON, August 18, 2015 – When the history of America’s religious freedom is written, the criminalization of Christianity will be linked to that moment in time when the open assault on it was unleashed in 1963.

It was in 1963 that infamous atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair lit the match which unleashed a Satan inspired attack on Christian children who learned Biblical values and teachings in public school. Her Supreme Court case Murray v. Curlett led to a landmark ruling ending official Bible-reading in American public schools in 1963. The decision stripped after-school religion and Bible classes from public schools across America.

Over a half century later, in June 2015, another Supreme Court comprised of five un-elected justices ruled to sanction gay marriage. This ruling is aimed at battering Christianity into submission and help in the total destruction of Christianity in the United States.

With this ruling, open warfare on Christianity was declared.


The American Christian Civil Rights Movement is a call to action which is meant to work to unite the body of Christ to step from the sidelines where Christianity is marred and destroyed one destructive moment at a time. This movement of Christian civil rights resurrection is not political even though President Obama has helped to usher in an orchestrated politically motivated open season assault on the rights, protections and practices of Christian faith since his inauguration to office.

08-18-15 American Christian Civil Rights MovementNow is the time to stand up for God in your house of worship or in your home or on your street, in your community at your business and at your child’s school.

The Obama administration has unleashed a war of intolerance against Christian parents, the military, schools, children, as well as Christians in business and in colleges across America. This has to stop now.  (read more at CDN)


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