Huckabee: Religious Liberty Battle Not Lost Cause

by Todd Beamon | Newsmax
July 29, 2015

Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee told Newsmax TV Tuesday that he refuses to accept that America is entering a post-Christian era.

“I don’t,” the former Arkansas governor told “Newsmax Prime” host J.D. Hayworth. “We have entered a time when Christianity is held in contempt by the forces that control the media and government — but it doesn’t mean that it’s irreparable.

“We are certainly in a time when to hold a traditional, ordinary, orthodox, Biblical world view is essentially to invite scorn and ridicule,” he added. “That’s very unusual. It’s even a bit disturbing when one considers how rapidly this has happened.”

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • used_to_be_a_liberal says:

    Entering a post Christian era?? not really. I think Huckabee is right on this one, but how far is he willing to go? I am not an Huckabee fan, I don’t think that he is presidential material. If he takes a serious stand on this issue, and not just half-way, then, even though I am an Agnostic, I would support his efforts. BUT, if he is only going to go half-way on this, just to take votes away from Cruz, in order to make it easier for a “rino” like Jeb Bush, then I will be even more disappointed in Huckabee then I already am.

  • Frederick Bowers says:

    God says that we will go through trials but in the end His Word will not return void ! ! !

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