A school district in Virginia has garnered controversy for refusing to allow a teacher to include a Bible verse in her email signature.

Loudon County Public Schools (LCPS) has barred an unnamed teacher from putting John 3:16 in her email signature, with The Liberty Counsel becoming involved in the situation on behalf of the teacher.

Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver said in a statement released Monday that the First Amendment and recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions showed that the teacher should be allowed to include the verse in her signature. (Excerpt from The Christian Post.)


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