Separation of Church and State Group’s Paranoia Boosts Christian Event Attendance

Publicity boosts Christian program; group moved event to avoid conflict

Agnostics and atheists are religiously playing the separation of church and state card in all areas of American life. While they may claim victory in some areas, ultimately they will lose. I’ve read the Good Book, I know who wins in the end.

Here’s just another example of church and state paranoia.

This from the Appleton Post-Crescent:

HARRISON, Wisconsin — Negative publicity surrounding a Christian event for girls had an opposite effect, attracting nearly 1,080 people Monday night to Christ the Rock Community Church.

“It was a full house and if we would have held it in Kimberly we would have had to turn away about 250 people,” event coordinator Julie Nygaard said. “The Alliance Defense Fund was there for us too.”

Created by Christian author Dannah Gresh, the Secret Keeper Girl Bod Squad Tour for girls in grades three through six offers tips on dressing modestly. The location of the mother-daughter event was changed Friday from Kimberly High School to Christ the Rock Community Church in response to a letter from Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

A national group of atheists and agnostics also took the public school district to task Monday over its ties to the event.

Read Full Story/Appleton Post-Crescent

2 thoughts on “Separation of Church and State Group’s Paranoia Boosts Christian Event Attendance

  1. I think these groups like Americans United for Seperation of Church and State need to read what our founding fathers wrote and said about the Bible and religion in schools. They would see real fast they are WRONG>

  2. interesting… an unintended, genius aspect of democracy is that the state of the government will represent the state of the people. We needn’t impose any particular religion on our government. Whether or not our government is morally stable will reflect the moral stability of us, the people. So how are we doing?

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