NASA Bans Mentions of JESUS in Newsletter

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Early in Obama’s first term, NASA was ordered to do outreach to Muslims. Now, we learn that the word ‘Jesus’ is no longer acceptable at the organization. It’s almost like there’s an agenda here.

Todd Starnes writes at FOX News:

NASA bans the word ‘Jesus’

The name of Jesus is not welcome in the Johnson Space Center newsletter, according to a complaint filed on behalf of a group of Christians who work for NASA.

The JSC Praise & Worship Club was directed by NASA attorneys to refrain from using the name ‘Jesus’ in club announcements that appeared in a Space Center newsletter.

“It was shocking to all of us and very frustrating,” NASA engineer Sophia Smith told me. “NASA has a long history of respecting religious speech. Why wouldn’t they allow us to put the name Jesus in the announcement about our club?”

Liberty Institute, one of the nation’s largest religious liberty law firms, threatened to file a federal lawsuit unless NASA apologizes and stops censoring the name ‘Jesus’.

The JSC Today newsletter is distributed electronically and includes a number of Space Center events – from salsa dancing lessons to soccer camp.

NASA’s media team tells me they are looking into the matter.

Since 2001, employees had gathered during their lunch hour to pray and sing and read the Bible. There had been no censorship issues until last year.

There is a systematic effort taking place to sideline Christianity in America.



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