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

The Case For Teaching The Bible Academically In Public Schools

Understanding the Bible and its influence on Western Society is imperative to the upbringing of our children, and they should be taught the Bible objectively.

Over 100 Pastors Sign Amicus Brief To Defend Religious Freedom

The case remains ongoing, but a positive step forward could be taken very soon thanks to the efforts of Palmetto Family, the Nehemiah Network and over 100 faith leaders in South Carolina.

Pastors Petition SC Supreme Court For Rehearing In Episcopal Case

Today, in a filing with the South Carolina Supreme Court, over 100 pastors and faith leaders across denominational and racial lines came together in an amicus curiae brief asking the Court for a re-hearing of the case The Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Carolina et al. v. The Episcopal Church (TEC).

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