North Carolina Pagan Receives Death Threat After Challenging Bible Distribution

Ginger Strivelli

Last month, North Carolina Pagan Ginger Strivelli decided to challenge her child's school's policy regarding the distribution of religious materials. Strivelli felt that the manner in which Gideon Bibles were made available violated the Establishment Clause, and ostracized non-Christian students who didn't want to use a special break to obtain a Bible. The school, when challenged, said the policy applied to all faiths, so Strivelli decided to test their commitment to theological neutrality. … [Read more...]

Buncombe County School Blinks in Pagan Inclusion Test

Ginger Strivelli with her rejected Pagan books.

On December 20th, I reported that a Pagan, Ginger Strivelli, was challenging her son’s school in Buncombe County, North Carolina on allowing the distribution of Bibles, claiming that the manner of distribution crossed the line into unconstitutional endorsement. Strivelli, and noted North Carolina Pagan activist Byron Ballard, decided they would test the supposedly open-door policy for the distribution of religious materials as asserted by principal Jackie Byerly of North Windy Ridge school. … [Read more...]

Pagans Outraged over Bible Distribution in Buncombe County School

"Oh look, a Bible, you shouldn't have."

A North Carolina Pagan, Ginger Strivelli, is challenging her son's school on allowing the distribution of Bibles, something the school said is perfectly acceptable since they didn't actively hand them out."Jackie Byerly, principal at North Windy Ridge, defended the availability of the Bibles. She said they were not handed out, and students had the option to take them. She checked with Superintendent Tony Baldwin and was given permission to make them available. She said the Bibles arrived … [Read more...]


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