Okay, that’s one large Flesh of My Flesh pizza with mushrooms and pepperoni and an order of Mary Magdalene Crazy Bread
They’re serving Jesus with lunch at High Schools in Georgia.
Now the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia is looking into a complaint of lunchtime proselytizing at Gwinnett County Schools.
Parents have accused representatives of two religious groups of crossing the line during their lunch visits by sharing their faith with students and inviting them to church
ACLU officials contend that giving ministers special access to students on school time to proselytize goes against the protections of the U.S. Constitution.
Gwinnett County Schools administrators have not yet been contacted by the ACLU, said Sloan Roach, a spokeswoman with the district.
Visits to the lunchrooms by members of the community have “been going on as long as we have been a free country,” said school board Chairman Dan Seckinger.
“If the ACLU is against it, most people with brains are going to think it’s awesome,” said Seckinger said. “If we begin regulating who’s allowed in and out of the building based on their occupations, we’d have a lot of work to do.”
I don’t suppose that Dan Seckinger would mind if I decided to stop by with a bucket of chicken and few kind words about our Dark Majestic and Glorious Master, Satan, since he’s not all regulatin’ people and stuff?