A poll conducted by Grinnell College has determined that a majority of Democrats favor employers granting a request for prayer space for Muslims but less than half approve of such spaces for Christians.
Let me say from the outset that Muslims demanding such things are actually going against the clear teaching of Jesus Himself, who said:
“And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward. But when you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.” -Matthew 6:5-6
The same applies to all who do this, and I’m not talking about corporate worship where we are commanded to do such (Matthew 18:19-20; Acts 1:14; Joel 1:14; Nehemiah 9:1-38; Acts 4:24-31; James 5:16; Acts 4:31).
I’m not really in favor of either one. The workplace is the place to do your work for your employer as unto the Lord (Col. 3:23-24).
However, the response seems to indicate that there is a preference for the religion of antichrist (1 & 2 John) over the religion of the Christ.
With that in mind, the poll asked a variety of questions on politics. Breitbart dealt with the specific polling on prayer spaces.
Sixty-eight percent of Democrats say employers should grant a request for prayer space by Muslims — but only 45 percent say employers should grant a similar request by Christian employees, says a survey by Grinnell College.
In contrast to the Democrats’ 23-point anti-Christian bias, the November poll showed only a ten point gap in response from conservatives.
Thirty percent of Republicans say employers should provide a prayer space for Muslim employees and 40 percent say employers should support a similar service for Christians, according to the Grinnell College poll of roughly 500 people.
The same poll showed a three-point pro-Christian skew among Donald Trump’s voters and a huge 20-point pro-Muslim skew among Hillary Clinton voters.
The massive bias among Clinton voters towards Muslims is a huge contrast to Trump voters’ more principled approach to religious requests on business.
The poll asked, “Suppose a group of devout Christians [or devout Muslims] asked their employer to provide a private place for them to pray together. Even if it is a hardship [on business], do you think the employer should or should not accommodate the request?”
Additionally, when it came to persecution in our society, the propaganda of fake “hate crimes” propaganda by Muslims and those in the queer community have paid off in the minds of the American people.
“For each, please tell me if you think these groups, living here in the United States, experience a lot of discrimination, a little discrimination, or virtually no discrimination.”
According to the response, Muslims topped the list of most persecuted with the queer community (LGBT) following right on their heels being tied with Black Americans. Interestingly enough, atheists, white men, and Asian Americans were at the bottom of those persecuted and Christians were slightly above them. It’s completely backwards from is actually going on in our society.
Furthermore, when it comes to what people believe about what it means to be a “real American,” nearly half said it was “not important” to have been born in America while 45 percent said it was “not important” to have lived in America most of one’s life.
Even more betraying of our foundations was the fact that being a Christian was deemed by 55% “not important” to being a “real American.”
So what goes in its place? According to the poll, to be a “real American,” 80 percent believe you should support the US Constitution, whatever that means today, but 56% believe that to be a “real American,” you must believe that democracy is the best form of government. I have no idea how that works since the US Constitution guarantees a “republican form of government,” not a democracy, which our founders abhorred.
Other questions are posed with responses that are becoming more and more normalized in our society among young people on a variety of topics.
Christians are to constantly be in an attitude of prayer so, the fact that no prayer spaces are provided for us is not an issue. We can speak to our Father anytime we like and no one can stop us. However, the ideology that wants to push prayer spaces for Muslims as something employers should provide will only grow as the Muslim population grows.
You’ve been warned.
Courtesy of Freedom Outpost
Tim Brown is an author and Editor at FreedomOutpost.com, SonsOfLibertyMedia.com, GunsInTheNews.com and TheWashingtonStandard.com. He is husband to his “more precious than rubies” wife, father of 10 “mighty arrows”, jack of all trades, Christian and lover of liberty. He resides in the U.S. occupied Great State of South Carolina. . Follow Tim on Twitter. Also check him out on Gab, Minds, MeWe, Spreely, Mumbl It and Steemit