New Federal HHS Mandate To Force Protestant Business Owners To Pray To Mary Against Their Consciences

May 1, 2014 by  
Filed under Politics

Washington, DC––Horizon Baptist College in Washington, DC has become the first casualty of the new HHS mandate that requires Protestant colleges, groups, and businesses to pray to Mary, Mother of God.

A top legislative staffer for the U.S. Baptist Convention says that the nations Protestant leaders will push for congress to approve conscience exemptions for the new mandate. The mandate also forces non-Catholic Christian schools, groups, and business owners to pray to other saints to intercede on their behalf before the Lord.

In a new interview with EOTT, Richard Humphrey, the Baptist Conventions chief anti-intercession lobbyist, talked about the new mandate.

“Although President Obama declared, ‘If you like your religion, you can keep it,’ he was obviously lying. Now we’re seeing the first Protestant college to reject the mandate, and will therefore no longer offer its students prayer services.”

Due to their changes in regulation by the federal government, beginning with the 2014-15 school year, the university will no longer require students to praise and worship, and will also no longer require them to pray for the intentions of their classmates.

  • bharper8

    Hilarious…and frightening. But the truth of the real situation is worse.

  • John Stauble

    Notre Dame is fighting this legislation as well

    • AreAy

      BAHAHAHA!

    • imabitterclinger2

      Dude! That is the best comment ever.

    • Jude Keck

      Best laugh of my day.

    • Fetrovsky

      You can have my like, noble gentleman!

  • brendankiwi

    if a protestant put up a protest with this legislation and suffered execution, would he or she be a martyr? And would Mary greet him or her if they entered the Father’s house, or would he just walk over her?

    • Darran McDonnell

      If they were in invincible ignorance and genuinely thought they were doing the right thing, they would be martyrs in terms of their intentions but not martyrs for Christianity, therefore not in the fullest sense.

      I’m not sure what you mean by walk over her, but judgement is carried out by God, so we can’t hope to calculate it, but if the protestant were to enter Heaven he would be entering with the proper understanding of Mary.