KENOSHA, Wisc. — A number of Christian displays have been removed from an elementary school classroom in Wisconsin after one of the nation’s most conspicuous atheist activist organizations sent a letter asserting that the posters and symbols were unconstitutional.
Rob Moore, the local chapter president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), told WTMJ-TV that he had complained for months about the displays in his son’s fourth grade classroom at Pleasant Prairie Elementary School in Kenosha. Earlier this month, the organization’s headquarters sent a letter to the school district to request an investigation.
“I don’t want someone’s personal myth-ark enforced in the classroom,” Moore, an atheist, told the outlet.
It appears that the Freedom From Religion Foundation is specifically targeting the Kenosha School District – read more HERE.
Julaine Appling, WFA president, weighs in, “I’m not exactly sure what the law is on the particulars of this situation. But what I do know is Freedom From Religion is doing its dead-level best to eradicate Christianity from the public square, with the US Supreme Court complicit over the last 50-plus years. Our society is reeling from the absence of the Bible and the Gospel. We need more of God, not less, especially in our schools.”