FFRF Targets Clemson Coach for Free Exercise “Violations”

It’s getting ridiculous. Atheists want to be able to force their lack of belief, and/or their antagonism toward God/Jesus on the rest of the world but they don’t want Christians to have the freedom to do the same. And most Christians don’t try to force their belief on anyone; they offer to share Jesus’s gift of salvation to anyone who wants to hear. God gives the choice to accept or reject Him to everyone.


Clemson was once again in the news this week, but this time it’s not about winning or losing a national football championship.  Instead, it’s about one man and the way he chooses to exercise his First Amendment right to freedom of speech and freedom of religion.

Even though the document clearly states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”, that hasn’t stopped the FFRF (Freedom From Religion Foundation) from attempting to use the courts to stifle free religious expression.

Recently, they lost a battle to remove a WWII statue of Jesus in Montana, lost an attempt to remove “In God We Trust” from our nation’s currency, and had their request to remove the Star of David from a proposed Holocaust memorial in Ohio denied.

But these losses haven’t kept them from trying again…and again…and again.  It seems the FFRF won’t be…

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