Metro Nashville Parks changes policy to allow religious groups to meet
There are 1 comment on the The Tennessean Nashville News story from Oct 8, 2009, titled Metro Nashville Parks changes policy to allow religious groups to meet. In it, The Tennessean Nashville News reports that:
When Cory Wigal was told he had to stop worshipping with other students and the homeless in a downtown Nashville park, he turned to an organization many see as an opponent of religious symbols on public lands.
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#1 Oct 8, 2009
Where are all those people claiming the ACLU is anti-Christian?
Why don't they post in THIS thread?
It's a rhetorical question. I know why.
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