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WASHINGTON (BP)—The U.S. Supreme Court delivered what most religious liberty advocates declared an important victory in ruling Monday (June 27) the post-game, midfield prayer of a high school football coach did not violate the First Amendment’s ban on government establishment of religion.

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Churches give thanks for Supreme Court decision, recommit to protect life

Chris Johnson, vice president of church partnerships and government affairs for Lifeline Children’s Services, speaks during a worship service at FBC Concord, Tenn. on June 26. (Facebook photo)

CONCORD, Tenn. (BP) – On the Sunday after the Supreme Court’s historic overturning of the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision on Friday (June 24), Southern Baptists across the country took time both to rejoice in the ruling and to discuss how Christians should respond.



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