TN Legislators May Not Be Diverting Funds from University’s Budget to Buy “In God We Trust” Decals

Last month, we learned that Tennessee Republican State Rep. Micah Van Huss (below) wanted to strip a total of $436,722 from the University of Tennessee’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion — which is all the state funding they would get over a few years — and use the money to buy “In God We Trust” decals for law enforcement agencies.

Because why spend money on education when you can use it to promote Christianity?

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But the Senate’s version of the bill will contain an important amendment.

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Wisconsin Moms Are Preaching to Kids During “Jesus Lunches” and This High School Wants Them to Stop

In Madison, Wisconsin, a group of Christian parents have brought it upon themselves to coerce students at Middleton High School into accepting Jesus. They’re doing it by luring the kids off school property once a week, giving them free food, and using the opportunity to tell them all about Jesus.

It’s so widespread at this point — it’s been happening since spring of 2014 and now draws about 450 students each time — that the students and adults have just come to call them “Jesus Lunches.”

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Now, Principal Stephen Plank is trying to put a stop to it before the lawsuits come flying in.

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Here’s How to Respond to the Anti-Gay “Day of Dialogue”

Tomorrow marks the annual Focus on the Family-sponsored “Day of Dialogue” in which participants can tell their LGBT classmates why they’re going to hell. (It’s a Christian response to the Day of Silence which takes place on Friday.)

This is the card they will be handing out this year:

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The Bible Makes the List of Most-Challenged Books in Libraries, But the Number of Complaints Is Tiny

In the annual State of America’s Libraries report released by the country’s Library Association (ALA), one very popular tome has crept into the Top 10 list of most challenged books: the Bible.


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Texas School District Finally Removes Bible Verse from Front Page of Its Website

A few months ago, I posted about how the Troup Independent School District in Texas had a Bible verse right on the front page of their website:


It’s finally been removed… mostly.

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