It’s a dangerous assault on the religious liberty of Christian students.
Two Christian schools were barred from praying at a high school football championship game. Now they’re banning Christian school prayer?
The government’s state athletic association banned the prayer simply because of its Christian message. A pep talk would have been fine, but a Christian prayer – by two Christian schools – was banned. Even worse, a federal judge agreed.
This type of blatant anti-Christian discrimination on campus is spreading like a virus.
We’re preparing to take the case of a Christian student who was denied admission to college – because of his Christian faith – to the Supreme Court.
We’re also preparing a critical amicus brief in federal appeals court to defend these Christian schools’ right to pray.
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