Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Duluth's Bentleyville must allow preachers under first amendment, judge says

Not all court battles are decided in favor of Christian preachers, but this one was. The case was handled by the Alliance Defense Fund. I don't know Jankowski's or Scott's beliefs, but pray for them and this effort.

The city of Duluth can't interfere with or prohibit speakers from engaging in free expression or peacefully distributing literature and displaying signs at the 2011 Bentleyville Tour of Lights in Duluth's Bayfront Festival Park.


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Elisabeth said...

Dear Locarno,

I saw that you semi-frequently write reviews on books within the Evangelism category on Amazon.

My father wrote a book titled, Forgive Me For Waiting So Long To Tell You This. This little book was written for Christians to give to their unsaved friends and family. Readers are provoked to think about themselves, Jesus Christ, and their eternal destiny.

We've recently made the e-book version perma-free on Amazon in hopes that Christians can "loan" it to their loved ones providing a respectful and non-confrontational way to share their faith.

Could I mail you a physical copy of the book to read and potentially review on Amazon?

Thank you and May God bless you!

- Elisabeth