Chuck Baldwin, the 2004 vice presidential nominee and 2008 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, published the following editorial today:
This coming Lord’s Day is Resurrection Sunday, and the vast majority of America’s millions of Christians will celebrate Christ’s resurrection from the dead by either being locked out of their churches due to government-mandated lockdown orders or by staying home voluntarily in a state of fear.
This is the first time in America’s history when Christians have been forbidden by government edict to close their churches on Easter Sunday—or to close their churches at all, for that matter.
America’s churches stayed open through the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the War for Southern Independence, the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, the Great Depression and untold numbers of famines, pestilences and natural disasters of every kind.
Think of it: When the German Luftwaffe was at the peak of its air raids over London, England, British Christians still gathered together in bombed-out, gutted church buildings to worship. I’m sure the same could be said for the Christians in Germany as Allied bombers were destroying entire German cities.
But, now, with the acclaimed “greatest Christian president in history” sitting in the Oval Office, the vast majority of America’s Christians are forbidden to attend Resurrection services this Sunday.
See the rest at Chuck Baldwin Live