If Christianity were illegal, would there be evidence to convict you? I ask because Christianity is not a closet religion; what Christ conveys, we're obliged to champion. Evidence will be our words and actions, and we've been historically persecuted for this.
Christians defend children gestating in their mother's wombs. Society says, "Kill them, they aren't really human unless they're wanted." Jesus says "Don't murder," yet these human offspring are dissected and society applauds. Why? It's faithless, and Christian objection receives society's jackboot.
No homosexual ... will inherit the kingdom of God (1 Cor 6:9-10 NIV). Christians didn't think that up, Christ did. Patrick Caneday says he hasn't the right to oppose homosexual marriage, neither as an American nor Christian, yet Americans perennially debate laws ("Why I'm still a Christian," Aug. 7).