RELIGIOUS LIBERTY

“Congress shall make no law…prohibiting the free exercise [of religion]” – The Constitution of the United States

South Carolina’s Status

Athiests have dropped cases against three SC towns for their public prayers.

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The “I Believe” License plate has been saved and approved by the DMV.

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Student-led prayer has been protected and preserved.

The Ten Commandments may be displayed in public buildings.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RELIGIOUS LIBERTY

It’s See You At The Pole Time

In 1990, ten “average Joe” students decided to pray around the flag pole at their school. Today, ten has grown to millions as Christian students all over the globe publicly display their faith at school.

How SC Court Decision Threatens Religious Liberty

All South Carolinians, religious or not, have the reasonable expectation that the justice we receive in our courts will be fair and impartial. The Diocese of South Carolina did not experience blind justice.

Four Facts About Faith

I have been sharing with some of my close friends today the recent column by Rick Ezell “Four Facts About Faith.” Rick has an amazing way of boiling down biblical truth into short lists with memorable phrases.

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