Northern Illinois University to Remove Bibles from Guest Rooms Following Atheist Complaint

November 11, 2015

Officials at Northern Illinois University have agreed to remove all Bibles from the guest rooms at their campus student center following a complaint from a prominent atheist activist organization.

The Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) reports that it recently sent a letter to the university to assert that the presence of the Bibles was unconstitutional.

Read more at: http://christiannews.net/2015/11/09/northern-illinois-university-to-remove-bibles-from-guest-rooms-following-atheist-complaint/


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