Every week, the American Family Association compiles a list of stories featuring “anti-Christian bigotry.” While these stories are usually of the “gay people want me to bake a cake for them” variety, their most recent list included this stunner:
#2 on their list is a story about how Christians had a “Prayer Station” in a Michigan city hall… and atheists requested the same kind of setup. But the mayor told the atheists they couldn’t do it. After more than a year of legal wrangling, the two sides agreed on a settlement this week that would not only allow the “Reason Station” to go up, but also give the atheist side’s attorneys $100,000 to cover their costs, because they shouldn’t have had to waste their time like this.
In other words, the AFA believes atheists wanting the the exact same thing as Christians is “anti-Christian bigotry.”
But hardly surprising, as this is the same group that believes AARP is a threat to Christianity.