Monday, May 1, 2017

Is a Cross necklace a “gang symbol”? One teacher says it is, next FOT -- Plus The Fire and the Mercy, The Pentecost Musical

Richard Mast
Liberty Counsel
Tomorrow we’re going to take up the issue of a math teacher who blatantly promotes the pro LGBT agenda in her classroom and has prohibited students from wearning Christian cross necklaces in her class claiming they are “gang symbols.” (See earlier story.)

Joining us will be Richard Mast, a litigation attorney with Liberty Counsel, an international nonprofit litigation, education, and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and the family. Liberty Counsel has sent a demand letter to the school asking that the teacher be corrected. Richard attended law school at Liberty University receiving his law degree in 2010.

In addition to Richard, local composer and producer Tom
Tom Quiner
Quiner will join us to discuss his new musical, The Fire and the Mercy, The Pentecost Musical.

Sitting in for Gina Noll tomorrow will be Kim Lehman, marketing and development director for Iowa Catholic Radio. Join Deacon Mike Manno and Kim for another interesting program about how law and society affects people of faith.

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