Say goodbye to the days when you could have your friends, family, or members of your Church over to your house to read the word of God. A married California couple were fined $300 dollars because their bible study “violates a city zoning code.” The Fromms are accused of having “impacts on the residential neighborhood on street access and parking” when they hold their twice a week Bible study. Brad Dacus who is a lawyer for the Public Justice Institute responded to this accusation by stating “the Fromms live in a semi-rural area and have not caused any parking problems for neighbors.” This seems to be the continuation of blatant bigotry against practicing Christians by the establishment who are using any excuse to persecute believers in this supposed secular age. In a world where the BBC Christian program “Songs of Praise” may now “explore other faiths”, Christians throughout the Middle East are being targeted with bombs and bullets by Muslim extremists, and here at home atheists are even suing to remove the 9/11 cross from being a part of the September 11th memorial. Against this backdrop a couple in California is being forced to pay $300 dollars for meeting with friends to discuss the Gospel. Religious tolerance? I don’t think so.