Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Atheists Inundated by Jesus' Cross Symbols: Calif.

Although American Humanist Association lawyers often succeed in forced dismantlement of Christian memorials, citizens of Lake Elsinore, California appear determined to counter every atheist success with a multitude of additional Christian crosses.

For background, read Cross Restored to LA County, Calif. Seal Despite Atheists

In addition, read of many local governments restoring God and faith to public institutions, and read how Americans nationwide are rebelling against atheists' attempts to dechristianize the country.

Also read about the humanists' attacks in their war on Christianity.

-- From "Rights group demands cross removal" by Michael J. Williams, The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA) 3/5/14

In May 2012, a vehicle struck and killed 19-year-old Anthony Devaney as he crossed Lake Street near Interstate-15 in Lake Elsinore.

Later that year, AnnMarie Devaney planted a cross near the site in memory of her late son.

The American Humanist Association -- which successfully fought Lake Elsinore’s plan for a veterans monument depicting a soldier kneeling before a grave with multiple images of crosses and Stars of David -- contends in a letter dated Tuesday, March 4, that the placement of the memorial cross on city property is unconstitutional because it violates the separation of church and state.

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From "Controversial roadside cross removed, but more appear" by Michael J. Williams, The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA) 3/6/14

Riverside resident Emily Johnson and her father, Doug Johnson, said they were so disturbed upon hearing that AnnMarie Devaney was being forced to take down the symbol honoring her late son, they crafted their own plywood crosses and planted them along Lake Street next to the site where the Devaney tribute once stood.

They were among a handful who showed up Thursday, March 6, as the Devaneys removed the memorial, which included a 5-foot-tall cross. Devaney, who frequently fought off tears during the gathering, called the show of support “awesome.”

A memorial plaque and tree honoring Anthony is being dedicated during a ceremony scheduled for 3:30 p.m., Saturday, March 22, at McVicker Canyon Park.

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Also read the myriad actions of atheists across America who want to strip the Christian cross from sight.