With America seeing huge attacks against the Christian faith, one congressman is not sitting idly by and allowing Christianity to be pushed out of the public square.
"Over the last several decades we have seen this constant erosion of just an access to the marketplace of ideas," Virginia Congressman Randy Forbes said on Friday's Family Talk radio broadcast.
"We don't want to dominate the marketplace," he noted. "We don't want to control it. We just want to have faith and religion having a seat at the table."
Forbes is the founder and chairman of the Congressional Prayer Caucus and active in defending the place of faith in American society.
Recently in May, Forbes and some 30 other congressmen defended a National Day of Prayer event held at the Cannon House building when protesters tried to block it from taking place.
Last month, he also introduced a bipartisan resolution reaffirming "In God We Trust" as the official motto of the United States.
"I think overwhelmingly people across America would say 'in God we still trust,'" he told Dr. James Dobson on the conservative radio show. "I think it's the time for us to have that kind of legislation."
So every President, 99.99% of all of Congress and nearly 80% of Americans are Christian and this Forbes needs a place at the table. He needs to rub it in the face of others by re-enforcing an official motto of "In God We Trust" on everyone. That pushes everyone else from the table and says LOOK AT ME....LOOK AT ME...Your ideas are shit. Praise Jeebus. Forbes, an asshole.