The South's religions: Prayer, football

The South's religions: Prayer, football

There are 1 comment on the Arkansas Times story from Oct 29, 2009, titled The South's religions: Prayer, football. In it, Arkansas Times reports that:

The NY Times visits Fort Oglethorpe, Ga ., where the school board decided that proselytizing banners waved at football games by public school cheerleaders probably were a religious incursion too far into separation of church and state.

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Niceville, FL

#1 Nov 3, 2009
There IS a separation of church and state in the U.S. Constitution.

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