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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Volunteer w/ Jim Allen the Ambassador

As you all may or may not know I'm an Ambassador for Shriners Hospital for Children-Chicago. On March 30, 2014 we will be volunteering with BANK OF AMERICA for their SHAMROCK SHUFFLE Race which is one of the most popular Races in Chicago. We will check people in and give bags to participants.

I'd really, really, really LOVE if you could join The Ambassador. This is a wonderful opportunity for those ages 16 and up, you're also gonna meet amazing people from around the World seeing that this is a World class event. You have until March 24, 2014 to sign up! We'd love to see you there. Please signup by clicking below LINK: 

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Kally Walsh, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Jim Allen, Daughter Allen,
we're at Shriners Hospital for Children-Chicago!

Why Are Pastors' Upset W/ Gay Marriage?

"As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion..." This quote is taken from the Treaty of Tripoli "Article 11". This Treaty was submitted to the Senate by then President John Adams in 1797, click below LINK:

The Treaty is clear...the GOVERNMENT of the United States of America IS NOT, IN ANY SENSE FOUNDED ON THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION! What does that mean? It means although the United States of America is predominantly a Christian Nation the Government isn't! The NATION and the GOVERNMENT are two different entities which is why the Untied States of America's Constitution supports freedom of religion (U.S. Constitution Amendment 1).

According to the Constitution (NOT) the Bible, gays have the legal right to marry! Why? It's simple yet complicated. The Government can't prohibit gays from marrying simply because religious books speaks thwarts homosexuality. The Government of the United States of America is ran by the Constitution, not the Bible.

This is why in many States gays are winning the legal right to marry. The Government can not discriminate based on religious belief, sex, color, or creed. Then, there's the SEPARATION of Church and State that must be taken into account as well. Click below LINK:

In my humble opinion the Church has no legal right to tell the State what it should or shouldn't do, just as the State has no moral right to tell the Church what it should or shouldn't accept! Should gays have the legal rights to marry all across the United States of America? Of course they should!

Written By:
jim allen