(Tea Party 247) – For years, bitter atheists have been trying, and succeeding, for the most part, to ban God from school.
You see, they know that a solid Christian culture is founded in a biblical education system, which is precisely what the Founding Fathers knew as well, which is why they were huge proponents of putting God in the classroom.
And just look what has happened to our culture since the atheists managed to boot the Big Guy out.
Well, the tables are turning on these hateful atheists.
Recently, a group of high school football students defied a politically correct change to the way school games were opened in epic fashion.
Todd Starnes reports:
The school district had replaced the traditional pre-game prayer with a moment of silence. The prayer was eliminated after a group of out-of-town atheists had complained.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, a Wisconsin-based gang of atheists, agnostics and freethinkers, sent a threatening letter to the school district.
“It is illegal for a public school to sponsor religious messages at school athletic events and for public school coaches to lead their teams in prayer,” FFRF attorney Christopher Line wrote to the school district.
The school district responded by dropping the the traditional prayer.
“The Supreme Court has specifically struck down invocations given over the loudspeaker at public school athletic events, even when student led,” Supt. Mark Neighbors said in a statement to the Opelika Observer. “Our students are allowed to pray, but our coaches are not allowed to participate.”
On September 13, they replaced the prayer with a moment of silence.
But instead of remaining silent, the students rose up and with a mighty voice they recited The Lord’s Prayer. You can watch the video below.
We could all learn a lesson from the students at Opelika High School. When freedom is under assault, you take a stand.
— OA News Preps (@oanewspreps) September 13, 2019
Can I get an amen?
This is exactly what we need to do to show these atheists exactly how the First Amendment works.
We have the freedom, and the liberty, and the right to practice our faith wherever we wish. The First Amendment does not protect their right to force atheism on anyone, at all.
Rather, it protects the government from preventing the faithful from practicing their faith. If entire school districts see fit to allow their students to pray to the Christian God before games, so be it!
The only way they can win is if we let them.