Persecution-Free Park: Religious Freedom Still Not Under Attack In America | Americans United
Should it be a crime to deny the existence of God?
In the Russian city of Stavropol, Viktor Krasnov, a 38-year-old man, faces trial, charged with publicly insulting Orthodox Church believers by supporting atheism in social media. For proclaiming in a heated Internet exchange “there is no God,” Krasnov was confined for a month to a local hospital for psychiatric evaluation. If convicted under Russia’s blasphemy law, enacted in 2013 and making it illegal to “insult the religious convictions or feelings of citizens,” he may spend up to a year in prison.
1.) It’s not persecution when scientists agree on the origin of the universe and human life and those facts conflict with religious tales.
GOP congresswoman warns of Christian persecution in America — can’t name one example.