Posts Tagged ‘Christmas carols’

Government-Sponsored Religion, In the Courts, Religion in Public Life, Religion in Public Schools, Religious Symbols on Public Property

It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and you know what that means. Yes, the malls will be crowded, but this time of year also means an escalation in the battles over how public schools and government deal with Christmas.

Some disputes have already erupted. In Chambersburg, Pa., the borough council voted unanimously to ban most displays from a public square […] Read More

Religion in Public Schools

When I was six, the Christmas pageant organizer at our neighborhood church offered me a Little Golden Book for every carol I sang. I loved to read and considered that quite a deal. Unfortunately, my repertoire at the time wasn’t very large, but I still managed to score three books!

I still like Christmas carols myself, but I know […] Read More

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