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By John Witte Jr.
Professor of law, Emory University
The bold constitutional experiment of granting religious freedom to all remains in place, and in progress, in the United States.
When the Bible goes to school, the tug-of-war begins
By Charles C. Haynes
Students have the right to bring Scriptures to school, but any teaching involving the Bible must be done in constitutionally sound ways.
Muslim group files complaint over Calif. mayor's remarks
Council on American-Islamic Relations claims R. Rex Parris violated civil rights of non-Christians when he said Lancaster was 'growing a Christian community.'
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