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It's time to stand up for religious freedom.
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - Both Christians and conservatives are coming under persecution from the leftist media and technocratic giants such as Google and YouTube. Christian and conservative videos, content, and books are being hidden, removed, or blocked by YouTube, Google, Facebook, Twitter and Amazon.
Around 1440, with the invention of the printing press, it became possible to print Bibles and disseminate the Word of God on a wide scale basis. With the invention of the internet and related technologies, it has become possible for anyone to share the Word of God. Anyone with a Facebook or Twitter account can become a witness for Christ and pass on information. You can pass on a video, sermon, or a scripture.
If Google and YouTube are allowed to stall or stop the spread of that information, it would be the same as shutting down printing presses in centuries past. It is discrimination. It is warfare against religious freedom.
To defeat the anti-God forces of this world, we need to do two things. One, we need to pray and defeat these forces in the prayer room. We also need to defeat them in the courts. In the last four days I have heard of at least four ongoing or potential court cases. This is not a small or isolated problem.
I would encourage everyone reading this to donate what you can to the Religious Freedom Fund and share the information with your friends. Donations are used for the expenses of legal filings and related legal costs.
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