The militant atheists at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have been shut down by District Court Judge David A. Faber in a frivolous lawsuit launched against the Mercer County Schools in West Virgnia.
Believers in Jesus Christ need to stand up against atheists like the Freedom From Religion Foundation and demand they keep their hatred to themselves.
Ephesians 4:18 – Having the understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them, because of the blindness of their heart:
Judge Rules Bible Studies Can Be Taught in West Virginia School District’s
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by an atheist organization against a West Virginia school district for having an elective Bible course that has existed since 1939.
The FFRF filed a lawsuit against Mercer County Schools for offering an elective Bible course that has existed in some capacity since 1939.
FFRF filed the suit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, Bluefield Division on behalf of local residents whose children were attending schools where the Bible class was offered.
“This program advances and endorses one religion, improperly entangles public schools in religious affairs, and violates the personal consciences of nonreligious and non-Christian parents and students,” read the lawsuit.
Hypocrites at FFRF Do Not File Lawsuits Against Public Schools Teaching The Muslim Religion
A public high school has been accused of radical Islamic indoctrination by forcing children to profess the Muslim statement of faith, ordering them to memorize the Five Pillars of Islam and teaching that the faith of a Muslim is stronger than the average Christian, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday (article written January 29 2016)
“Defendants forced Wood’s daughter to disparage her Christian faith by reciting the Shahada, and acknowledging Mohammed as her spiritual leader,” Thomas More president of Thomas More Law Center said.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court, alleges that students spent only one day studying Christianity and two weeks studying Islam.
“During its brief instruction on Christianity, Defendants failed to cover any portion of the Bible or other non-Islamic religious texts, such as the Ten Commandments,” the lawsuit states. “Instead, the class included disparaging remarks about Christianity and the Pope.”
Wood, who is a Marine veteran, called the school on Oct. 22, 2014 to voice his alarm over his daughter’s assignments. He requested his daughter be allowed to opt-out of the lessons and be given an alternative assignment.
The following day the vice principal told Wood that his daughter was required to take the class and would receive “zeros” on any incomplete assignments even if the assignments violated the family’s religious beliefs and heritage.
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Lawsuit: Public school forced my child to convert to Islam