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After Repeated Flops, Louie Gohmert’s CHURCH Act Fades Away

In 2009, Republican Representative Louie Gohmert of Texas first introduced the Congressional Hope for Uniform Recognition of Christian Heritage Act, also known as the CHURCH Act. If passed, the CHURCH Act would have:

Rejected the separation of church and state; Mandated the erection of a sign in the U.S. Capitol endorsing Gohmert’s alternative vision of […]

A Shift Toward Light: At Least for Now, Diwali Eclipses Christianity in the 114th Congress

It was not too long ago that the United States Congress was saturated with bills proclaiming the United States to be a Christian nation or trying to force Christian prayer into public schools. Members of Congress like Texas Republican Louie Gohmert put forward their bills like the CHURCH Act (Congressional Hope for Uniform Recognition of […]

The CHURCH Act in Congress is a Flop

Back in 2009, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas decided he’d had enough of Americans galavanting about, exhibiting the religion of their choice or no religion at all, willy-nilly, hither and thither, all around the town just as they saw fit. To correct this disturbing trend of religious pluralism. Rep. Gohmert introduced the Congressional Hope for […]

CHURCH Group in Congress Rejects Christian Principles in H.R. 4300

The following are cosponsors of H.R. 3477, the Congressional Hope for Uniform Recognition of Christian Heritage Act (the CHURCH Act for short):

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX, District 1) — principal sponsorRep. Robert Aderholt (R-AL, District 4)Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN, District 6)Rep. John Boozman (R-AR, District 3)Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA, District 10)Rep. Dan Burton (R-IN, District […]

Ever Bolder, Prayer Caucus Introduces Bill to Promote Christianity Only in Congress

This fall, the Congressional Prayer Caucus has brought H.R. 3477 to the floor of the House of Representatives. It’s called the CHURCH Act of 2009, and if that isn’t enough to tip you off, consider the acronym when the word CHURCH in the title is all spelled out: the full name of the legislation is […]