October 9th, 2012 11:30 EST
Decree for America: Radical Political Policy Changes Threaten American Values
Decree for America Responds, Offering Americans a Chance to Take a Stand
Church leaders nationwide are being asked to set aside time in their services on Sunday, November 4th, to read Decree for America, a written proclamation in direct opposition to the official 2012 platform of the Democratic Party. Ratified by majority vote, the highly contentious, written decree of the Democratic Party seeks three radical changes from their 2008 platform that will, no doubt, have repercussions in the United States and across the globe:
The changes and omissions in the 2012 Democratic Party platform communicate a radical agenda that purposes to enforce them as law through legal fiat. In response, the Decree for America has been established addressing the 2012 Democratic Party platform decree:
- Taxpayer-funded abortion
- Legalization of same-sex marriage
- Removal of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
Decree for America strongly encourages Americans to refute the radical decrees, presented as the 2012 Democratic Party platform, by responding in two powerful ways:
- We decree LIFE. We decree that human life possesses intrinsic dignity from the moment of conception until death.
- We decree TRADITIONAL FAMILY VALUES. We decree that marriage is between a man and a woman exclusively.
- We decree an UNDIVIDED ISRAEL. We decree that Jerusalem will always be the indivisible capital of Israel.
By signing the online decree, Americans demonstrate their stand for life, family, and Israel.
- Read and sign the online petition at www.DecreeForAmerica.com,
- Ask church leaders nationwide to set aside time during Sunday services on November 4th to read Decree for America.
About Decree for America
Decree for America is supported by multiple national faith-based organizations, including Team Focus, Faith2Action, Focus on the Family, and Caucus for America. For more information, visit www.DecreeForAmerica.com.
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