You can sense it from the nature of how this case has been portrayed among Conservative Christians. It’s got that “One man standing up for God as he defies the godless school boards orders not to pray in school” feel to it.
The only question that remains is whether or not Kirk Cameron or Dean Cain will play Joseph Kennedy in the, only matter of time, film that the said-Christian film company will produce?
The United States Supreme Court was on a roll this summer, making shocking rulings where religious liberty was front and center. So, where do you turn for advice on all Court rulings? The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty (BJC).
During the week of General Assembly, we sat down with Holly Hollman to discuss the Kennedy v Bremerton and Carson v Makin rulings. Hollman is the General Counsel and Associate Executive Director of the BJC.
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