Where is the ACLU and Barry Lynn’s Americans United for Separation of Church and State when you need them? Why aren’t they filing legal action against the University of North Carolina’s Wilmington campus for violating the so-called separation of church and state?
UNC Wilmington is a public university, which means that it is state sponsored and to some degree state supported. Located on that campus is an office of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Center (LGBT). It’s bad enough that this organization promotes a sinful and disgusting life style, but now they are publishing a list of ‘gay friendly’ churches in the area. LGBT has included the gay friendly churches along with its list of gay friendly health care providers, non-profit groups and businesses.
It seems the only person speaking out against the school allowing such a list to be published by an official office of the university is criminology professor Mike Adams. He says that if he stood up in class and provided a list of conservative Christian churches that it would be a serious problem. But he contends, that the list is being published using official university letterhead which is then being circulated using state owned computers to send to other state employees who in turn distribute the list which looks to be an official endorsement, to their students. This claims Professor Adams is a clear violation of the separation of church and state.
But again I ask why aren’t the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State standing on the steps of the UNC Wilmington offices demanding that they stop endorsing or recommending churches? Perhaps it’s because these organizations are so full of atheistic immoral perverts who realize that any Christian church who openly endorses a homosexual lifestyle isn’t much of a Christian church to begin with, so what the heck, no harm no foul?
It just goes to show that America is under God’s judgment already as spelled out in Romans 1:18-32 when it says that not only do the people openly commit sinful homosexual acts, but those in charge also condone such actions.