• Christian no - antitheism Yes

    The ACLU's obvious position that the only belief system which is supportable by the constitution is antitheism. On occasion they will defend a Christians right to say some thing, just to maintain their ability to say that they defend everyone. Supporting anti-Christian cases 99.9% of the time and taking a pro-Christian case 0.1% doesn't make you neutral or simply ensuring Freedom of Religion. The only Religion which they consistently support is antitheism.

  • The FBI cut ties with ACLU! Judicial Watch exposed the Justice Department’s tight relationship with a radical anti-Christian group linked to domestic terrorism

    My Story of Gang Stalking, Corruption and Domestic Terrorism

    The ACLU supports the leftist agenda and is anti-american, anti christian, terrorist organization! See My Story of Gang Stalking, Corruption and Domestic Terrorism, page. Even the FBI has cut ties with them!

    FBI Quietly Cuts Ties With Anti-Christian Hate Group

    It marks a rare victory for conservatives in a leftist administration led by a president obsessed with political correctness. Among the extremist organizations that wield tremendous influence in the Obama White House are the terrorist front group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the open-borders powerhouse National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).

  • No. The ACLU is not meant to be anti-Christian.

    No. The ACLU is not meant to be an anti-Christian organization. The purpose of the ACLU is to assure that people of all creeds, religions, and sexual orientations are treated the exact same way. It's main focus at this time appears to be providing legal assistance in civil liberty cases. I'm certain there are some issues that could raise concern for different religious communities, but the ACLU doesn't practice a particular religion, so it should not be considered anti-Christian.

  • ACLU is only as Anti-Christian as people who have had personal experience with him.

    One could say that their past towards Christians was a bit rought to say the least. They have, however, defended the beliefs of Christians on certain topics such as abortion and sexual orientation. Their strong thoughts on the separation of church and state have, to say the least, had many groups convinced that they want absolutely nothing to do with Christians.

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