top of page

Another Inkling

Separation of Churched States

1) History shows that the U.S. Constitution restricts the Federal Government from establishing a national religion. The individual states, however, could establish a state religion in their individual state constitutions. It has only been in recent years that activists have undermined the states and used the Courts to extend the Federal Government's restriction to the separate states. This is from the freedom-from-Christianity crowd.

2) There is an attitude within the Left that calls for an all-or-nothing approach to their work. Whatever is not liked, even though mandated, they not only refuse, they reject and resist. They will work until what they don't want is nullified. The most obvious example is elections. Bush v. Gore. Left activists/media/politicians/RINOs/individuals v. Trump. LGBT v. Christian businesses. Left v. Conservative media hosts. They have no goal to just have their voices heard. Their goal is to destroy and silence their opposition … totally.

3) This attitude and approach is leading to a call for separation on their part (see California - Calexit) which George Soros, et al, are more than happy to encourage and facilitate because their goal is to destroy the U.S. After all, there is the truth spoken by Jesus, "Every kingdom divided against itself is headed for destruction, and no city or house divided against itself will stand" (Matthew 12:25). They will first push for hegemony. If they can't gain or retain full power, they will push for separation so they CAN have full power over their "lesser" kingdom. Ultimately, they will try to align in order to overcome all other "kingdoms" because, in the words of the hero of Highlander, "There can be only one."

According to news articles, people are already fleeing Blue States for Red States because of oppressive laws, policies, regulations, and social pressures to conform to liberal thought (hive mind garbage).

I believe I will see the day when Blue States will mandate no religion or any religion as long as it isn't the truth of God, i.e. Christianity or Judaism. Anti-Semitism and anti-Christian movements will rise in those states. On the flip side, some Red states will allow all religions if kept reasonably within the social contract with an emphasis on Judeo-Christian faith. They may even allow an all-BUT-certain-religions, proclaiming that certain religions' goals are for domination of people, not freedom.

I "see" a fracturing coming (likely) unless there is a return to a national sense of oneness (unlikely). But God can do anything.

Pastor Jay Christianson

The Truth Barista, Frothy Thoughts


bottom of page