Supreme Court to Decide on Ex-Football Coach’s Right to Pray on the Field

On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments over a case involving a former Washington state public high school football coach who refused to stop holding postgame prayers on the field. In the case, Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, former coach Joseph Kennedy believes that the district violated his First Amendment rights by asking him

By |2022-04-26T13:23:42-04:00April 26th, 2022|Faith and Morality, News|0 Comments

Education Is Becoming More of a Church Than a School

Separation of church and state. Mention that phrase on any Facebook comment thread, turn on any news network, whisper "put God back in schools" in the grocery store aisle—and whoosh! Swarms of liberal and conservative political die-hards will descend, armed with their interpretations. But what does separation of church and state really mean? Popular culture

By |2022-04-06T14:09:05-04:00April 6th, 2022|Faith and Morality, Government|0 Comments

Do Public School Teachers Have Religious Freedom?

The typical American teacher works 2,000 hours a year, according to Education Week. And only about half of that time is spent on classroom instruction.  Apart from instruction, teachers spend a huge amount of time prepping for lessons and getting involved in the lives of students inside and outside the classroom. Educators carry the massive

By |2021-11-24T17:33:11-05:00November 27th, 2021|Faith and Morality|1 Comment

Event Recap! A Crisis of Faith: How to Navigate Religion in Education

What is faith? What is morality? Are the two completely separate from each other, or are they dependent upon one another?  Kenyon Knapp, dean of the School of Behavioral Sciences at Liberty University and practicing counselor says, “Faith is that you believe in something and morality is the way you live it out.” In that

By |2021-10-27T14:03:16-04:00October 27th, 2021|Faith and Morality|1 Comment
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