The Freedom From Religion Foundation were pleased to know a Chanute, Kansas public school removed a painting of Jesus which had been hung inside the building for decades.
After incessant complaints about the painting, a portrait of Jesus was taken down from the hallway of a public school in Kansas. Ryan Jayne of the Freedom From Religion Foundation was pleased with the decision, “in areas that are predominantly Christian, the backlash that non-Christians receive when they speak out against government endorsement of religion can be very severe.” (source)
Since when does a painting constitute government endorsement of religion? Furthermore, the first amendment never explicitly banned spirituality – it promoted religious freedom as opposed to a spiritual embargo.
Whether you believe in the divinity of Christ or not, historical Jesus undoubtedly existed and his is name nor his picture are offensive. He preached about peace, love and unity. He condemned selfishness, greed, and tribalism – the perfect ingredients for evil, and consequently – the most important components of the globalist agenda.
The first amendment was created with the forethought of allowing Americans to freely express themselves. Banning words like “husband” and “wife”, forcing pastors to rebut their beliefs , and denouncing anything related to God as offensive clearly was not what the founding fathers intended.
Far left social justice warriors seem increasingly determined to chastise any symbolism related to the metaphysical world. Instead of banning Jesus from our schools, we ought to ban cancerous establishment propaganda aimed directly at young members of society.