And it is taking place right here in Australia.
The right of Christians to restrict use of their facilities to Christians
The Salvos have, the Sydney Morning Herald reports, a retreat centre. The Centre's booking form apparently clearly states that the Salvation Army can cancel any booking should a group's use of the facilities be ''inconsistent with Salvation Army beliefs or purposes''.
So it shouldn't have been surprising that a tentative booking made by the Lebanese Muslim Association for a summer camp for boys would be rejected on the grounds that the only acceptable guests were those practising Christianity!
The Association of course, has screamed 'discrimination'. Well yes, but justified discrimination!
The Salvation Army, unfortunately, rather than fighting the good fight has backed down, apologised, and claimed that staff 'misinterpreted' the guidelines.
Yet another shot in the war on freedom of religion
So what's next, Christians will be forced to allow those who flagrantly reject the teachings of the faith to send their children to our schools? Oh wait, that's already happened, courtesy of Bishop Manning, Apostolic Administrator of Wilcannia-Forbes.
Or perhaps that Christians will be compelled to turnover their clearly underutilised churches to Muslims to use as a mosque? Or perhaps that churches will be compelled to allow same sex 'marriages' on their premises? Yep, already happening overseas....
Wake up friends, there is a war against Christianity going on here on two fronts, viz with the secularists on the one hand and the Islamists on the other. And if we don't start fighting it, we will have lost before we even fire a shot.