A high school baseball team in Alabama was forced to remove a Bible verse from its dugout after a godless heathen atheist complained.
The Bible verse was displayed at Theodore High School in Mobile County. The verse read, “Whatever you do, do it for the Glory of GOD. I Corinthians 10:31.”
The students clearly had no issue with the inspirational and encouraging passage of Scripture.
But the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a gang of atheists, agnostics and free-thinks from Wisconsin, raged unholy you-know-what.
They alleged the display was illegal. Imagine that, The Holy Bible criminalized in Alabama.
“To protect students’ First Amendment rights, the district must remove this religious display from its baseball field immediately, as well as any other religious displays it becomes aware of in its schools,” FFRF attack attorney Chris Line warned the district’s legal counsel.
They alleged the district violated the Constitution by allowing the school to “prominently display a divisive biblical edict on its property.”
“The display violated the First Amendment by proselytizing school students and creating the appearance that the district prefers religion over nonreligion and Christianity over all other faiths,” FFRF said.
In response, the terrified district’s legal counsel responded, “The Bible verse has been painted over.” Cowardice.
“Public schools exist to educate, not indoctrinate into religion,” said FFRF co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor. “The district made the correct decision to respect the rights of all students— not just Christians.”
It’s always the Christians these godless heathens love to bully. The Muslims? Not so much.
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