Christmas Displays Are Constitutional! (December 19, 2012)
Good news! Religious Christmas displays in public are Constitutional!
And always have been. But you wouldn’t know that from the actions of some public officials.
The public library in Bartlett Tennessee allows groups to use some of it shelves to advertise events. But not too long ago it told a church that it couldn’t use a small nativity scene to advertise its Christmas program because Jesus, Mary and Joseph were “inappropriate.” But when constitutional attorneys challenged the decision, the Holy Family was allowed back in the stable.
To learn about what sort of Christmas expressions are constitutionally protected go to our website for a free report on “Seasonal Religious Expression”.
And, because Christ still has a place in the public square, Merry Christmas from all of us at the Family Action Council of Tennessee.
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ADF Report: Seasonal Religious Expression