Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer involves the inability of a Christian day care center to access state funds to purchase scrap tires to resurface its playground. The state’s funds were distributed on a competitive basis, but because the day care was run by a church, the state denied funding. The case was argued before the U. S. Supreme Court last week. This link will take you to Deacon Mike Manno’s analysis if this important religious liberty case. It is published in this week's edition of The Wanderer. This case, and the Blaine Amendments, have been the subject of numerous conversations on Faith On Trial.