Florida Judge Dismisses Atheist Group's Lawsuit Against School District Over Bible Distribution

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Florida Judge Dismisses Atheist Group's Lawsuit Against School District Over Bible Distribution
By Katherine Weber , Christian Post Reporter
July 17, 2014


Senior Judge Kendall Sharpe wrote in his opinion that he decided to throw out the lawsuit due to a change in school policy. The local atheist group Central Florida Freethought Community (CFFC) had previously sued the Orange County school district, accusing it of discrimination and violation of free speech after it had refused to allow the atheist group to distribute certain books on school campuses.

The atheist group argued that because the World Changers of Florida evangelical group was able to distribute Bibles without censorship, it too should be allowed to distribute the books it chooses. The school had deemed one of the atheist group's books, entitled An X-Rated Book: Sex & Obscenity In The Bible, as inappropriate.

Atheists proselytizing. Who'd have thunk it? :ROFLMAO:
 
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We're headed to a time when the Bible will be banned, on school property, as "hate" speech or intimidation. Of course, the Bible is already banned from having a public profile in schools. Christianity is being more and more backdoor banned in America. But, the Atheist literature, even though it's purpose is to bash the Bible, will still be allowed in the school. Of course, public schools will also continue to teach what amounts to Atheist religion.
 
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I'm afraid so as well.
Groups like FFRF lead the charge, along with the ACLU backing them in many cases when they sue schools so as to intimidate the officials from allowing Christian students their religious freedoms in the school environment. Even when they're no longer a member of the school environment.

Calif. School District Tells Student It Has an 'Obligation' to Censor God in Graduation Speech
July 15, 2014

A California school district has refused to apologize to one of its students for previously banning him from mentioning God in his graduation speech, saying instead that it has an "obligation" to prevent "prayers and other sectarian, proselytizing content" from being a part of the speech.


And this intimidation promoted by the godless doesn't stop at public schools grade K-12. But goes to higher education campus'.

University reverses professor's ban on graduates thanking God
Published May 07, 2014

Officials at East Carolina University are telling students to disregard instructions from a chemistry professor who told them they were prohibited from mentioning God during a departmental graduation ceremony.
As if ignoring this chemistry professor prior to the school making that order official wouldn't be something any Christian would do of their own accord.
Or maybe that's just my temperament. ;) Same as for the HS prohibitions that are occurring more frequently around the country and every year there's a new graduation ceremony scheduled it seems.
 
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We're headed to a time when the Bible will be banned, on school property, as "hate" speech or intimidation. Of course, the Bible is already banned from having a public profile in schools. Christianity is being more and more backdoor banned in America. But, the Atheist literature, even though it's purpose is to bash the Bible, will still be allowed in the school. Of course, public schools will also continue to teach what amounts to Atheist religion.
The bible has not been banned at school.

There are schools that allow after school bible study groups.

And by this ruling it appears that Orange county was allowed to distribute Bibles.

So where are you just stirring up dissent for the purpose of dissent?