Atheists Interrupt Prayer at Supreme Court

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Atheists not only want to ban prayer inside government, but also block prayer outside the government – or so they expressed via their actions on the steps the Supreme Court during the Town of Greece v. Galloway case.

The Christian Defense Coalition (CDC) and Faith and Action sponsored a prayer vigil at the Supreme Court for “religion freedom” in reaction to the case and in support Christian prayer. During the vigil, self-professed atheists, humanists and secularists repeatedly interrupted Biblical readings and prayers.



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