Dear Senator Mark Pryor,
You introduced Eric Metaxas at the National Prayer Breakfast, and you mentioned that you had read his books Amazing Grace and Bonhoeffer. Those books are about men who stood for conscience in the public square, William Wilberforce and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
You now have your own chance to stand for conscience in the public square.
In his address at the Prayer Breakfast, Metaxas contrasted religiosity with true faith. True faith acts on conviction in public.
Will you act on conviction in public?
As you must know, the United States Government will soon begin fining Hobby Lobby 1.3 million dollars per day for acting on faith in the public square.
Arkansas voters do not want the United States Government forcing Christians to pay for other people’s abortion-inducing drugs.
Do you want the Government forcing anyone to do what goes against their conscience?
Do you have real faith, or was the introduction of Eric Metaxas at the National Prayer Breakfast just your show of religiosity?
Please, Senator Pryor, use what influence you have to bring a stop to this unjust infringement of religious liberty.