Prayer in the Courtroom UPHELD
“We are grateful that the court reaffirmed the strong standard required to dismiss a deliberating juror,” said Lea Patterson, Counsel for First Liberty. “No American should be disqualified from fulfilling their civic duty as jurors simply because they believe that God answers prayer.”
While we are thankful for this victory, it only serves to underscore how severely endangered our religious freedom is becoming.
The anti-faith forces at work in our culture are clearly only growing more emboldened—and we MUST take decisive action to hold the line and preserve our nation’s foundational rights.
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