While Christians just want to be left alone, atheists are pulling out all the stops to prevent that.
They want to suppress religious freedom everywhere they can.
And atheists just launched a plan to kick kids off school grounds for this simple act.
The biggest battleground for the Left in recent years has been in schools.
They want to force their agenda on America’s youth at the youngest age possible.
And in Georgia, a group that advocates for atheists just threatened a lawsuit on a school district for allowing football players to pray before games and host a prayer breakfast entirely run by a local church.
Nobody was forced to participate, and the school was not spending any money on the breakfast, but the simple fact that it is happening on school property is too much for many atheists.
The Christian Post reports:
The American Humanist Association, a non-profit group that advocates for humanists, atheists, and other nontheistic Americans, has accused the Griffin-Spalding School Systems in Georgia of hosting “unconstitutional school prayer activity” for student athletes, but the school district says the students have been leading their own prayer and they have a constitutional right to do so.
The group announced on Monday that their legal team sent a warning letter to Superintendent James Smith and Lindy Pruitt, principal of Spalding High School, stating a concerned parent informed them that the high school hosted a prayer breakfast and sermon for football players provided by Griffin First United Methodist Church.
“The Griffin First United Methodist Church hosted a breakfast and sermon for football players at Spalding High School, in clear violation of the Establishment Clause of the Constitution. The school softball coaches also lead the team in prayer before games,” the AHA said in a release this week.
Many atheists seem to have so little to do that people praying on their own is now defcon one.
If they don’t believe in God, those prayers should mean nothing to them anyways.
But it’s the fact that kids are being exposed to the Word of God that atheists are so outraged.
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