Small Town Christians Celebrate Massive Victory Over Radical Atheists

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October 13, 2014 7:51am PST

The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is leading the war on Christianity in the United States. Though their numbers pale in comparison to those of the God-fearing community, they could care less that the vast majority of Americans live their lives according to the values this great country was founded on. A small town in North Carolina is the latest to stand up to the FFRF, proving that Christians may be kindhearted and docile, but they are the fiercest of opponents.

When the FFRF got wind that the Rowan-Salisbury School System was offering an elective Bible study course funded by an outside group, they were quick to file a complaint. But the community was not about to roll over and have their public education system completely ruined by a few far-left atheists. Thursday’s board of education meeting was chock-full of small town patriots who had come to fight for Christianity. In fact, the usually drab gathering was standing room only.

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“In God’s name I pray that y’all do the right decision and keep Bible in the schools,” one citizen implored. “I’m glad I graduated from high school before they took prayer out of the school,” said another. An elderly man asked everyone who had come to the meeting in support of the Bible being part of public school curriculum to stand. At that point, a wave of residents rose to their feet. No one at all stood when the same man asked who opposed having the Bible taught in schools.

For now, these small town Christians are celebrating a victory. However, it remains to be seen if the FFRF will file a lawsuit in response. If and when they do, we are sure that these residents will have the support of numerous organizations who rally to support Christianity, which are much bigger, smarter and better funded than the FFRF. Plus, they have God on their side. Hard to beat that!

H/T: Conservative Tribune

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