Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Prayer at Football Games Warning Issued by ACLU to Tenn. Schools

As some of you already know, this country has been under satanic attack for a very longtime, now.   Previously, we've heard of many stories about how the ACLU wanted to stop Christians from publicly praying in public, even in their homes, allegedly.  This time, the organization has issued a warning that there should be no prayer at football games in Tennessee. 

According to ChristianPost.com, the letter also names previous Supreme Court cases that have forbade public prayer from being held in school or at school-led functions, such as football games, including the 1992 ruling in Lee v. Weisman and the 2000 ruling in Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe.  

In the meantime, we will be praying for God to intervene so prayer will be able to continue at football games, all across America.

Prayer at Football Games Warning Issued by ACLU to Tenn. Schools

By Katherine Weber, Christian Post Reporter

The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee distributed a letter to 135 school superintendents throughout the state last week, telling them that school-sponsored prayer before football games is a violation of the Constitution's First Amendment that prohibits...Read full article, here.

Source: ChristianPost.com


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