Some NASA employees crying foul over alleged religious censorship at JSC
February 9, 2016
A group of NASA employees is crying foul, accusing the Johnson Space Center of censoring the use of the name of Jesus to promote a praise and worship meeting group in a daily email newsletter.
Fox News’ Todd Starnes first reported on the complaint which was lodged by the Liberty Institute on behalf of the JSC Praise and Worship Club.
On its official webpage the Liberty Institute, one of the most notable religious liberty law firms existing, laid out some details of the club’s complaint.
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