When did it become the Christian thing to do to support a ban on license plates that depict Christian messages because they supposedly violate the First Amendment?
Reporting on a suit filed by Americans United for Separation of Church and State to block
The AP article first quotes Rev. Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. He says, “I do believe these 'I Believe' plates will not see the light of day because the courts, I'm confident, will see through this.”
Next, the AP article quotes a Methodist pastor, Rev. Thomas Summers of
The AP article ends paraphrasing the Rev. Robert Knight of
The article gives no pastoral voice for the opposition but only quotes Speaker Harrell. Referring to the group that filed the lawsuit, he says, “I think this has less to do with the First Amendment and more to do with their disdain for religion generally.”