Have You Signed the Manhattan Declaration?

About 10 years ago I signed this document. My signature means that even on the penalty of imprisonment in the United States of America I will stand behind the words of the Bible on the moral law and the sanctity of persons.

With the media shutting down Christian websites and calling them “dangerous” this declaration is more important than ever. Facebook and Google both censor Christian speech and belief; Quora, a question and answer site, blocks anyone who calls homosexuality a sin, or evil behavior.

Sign the Manhattan Declaration today:

The Manhattan Declaration is a clarion call to the church to take a stand on three vital issues:

  1. The Sanctity of Life.  A culture of death inevitably cheapens life in all its stages and conditions by promoting the belief that lives that are imperfect, immature or inconvenient are discardable.
  2. Dignity of Marriage.  Marriage is the union of one man and one woman. Marriage is the first institution of human society – indeed it is the institution on which all other human institutions have their foundation.
  3. Freedom of Religion.  No one should be compelled to embrace any religion against his will, nor should persons of faith be forbidden to worship God according to the dictates of conscience or to express freely and publicly their deeply held religious convictions.

Read the full Manhattan Declaration here.

More than 550,000 people have signed the Manhattan Declaration.  See a list of charter signers of the Manhattan Declaration here.

Sign the Manhattan Declaration here.  (NAME, EMAIL, and ZIP are required fields.) By signing the Manhattan Declaration, you will also receive the Manhattan Declaration newsletter as well as the Colson Center’s daily BreakPoint commentaries.

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