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In 2013, I wrote “Bad Samaritans: The ACLU’s Relentless Campaign to Erase Faith from the Public Square.”

Watching the American Civil Liberties Union move increasing to the political left in their relentless attack on our First Amendment rights as Christians to profess our belief in Jesus Christ openly, I decided to write a book that would expose the Communist origins of the ACLU in America during the 1930s.

I detailed how the ACLU’s fight against God progressed from the Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925, to the decisions of the Supreme Court that banned prayer in public schools in the 1960s, to the ACLU’s decision today to champion abortion upon demand.

Then I explored the constitutional origins of the First Amendment and concluded the “wall of separation between church and state” was an intentional misinterpretation of a metaphor Thomas Jefferson used in his letter Letter to the Danbury Baptists written in 1902.  I concluded that the ACLU would not rest until God had been driven from the public square in America.

I predicted the ACLU’s support for the radical sexual agenda demanded by today’s political left would expand beyond the LBGT agenda to encompass a range of bizarre behaviors not seen since the height of the pagan religion in ancient Rome.

Finally, I concluded that God would be left by the side of the road, battered, and abandoned by the Bad Samaritans of the ACLU only until believers in the Judeo-Christian tradition organized equally effective public policy legal advocacy groups that could support in court the First Amendment rights of those of us who continue to believe in God and Jesus Christ.