Liberty Counsel: 10 years later, another appeal on artwork censorship case

by D. Bennett

The Liberty Counsel is reporting that a New York court will hear arguments tomorrow in a case that began last century, involving a kindergartner’s art project portraying Jesus.

In 1999, a student identifiied as Antonio had his art project folded in half to hide his drawing of Jesus, actions which, according to the Liberty Counsel, “gave a terrible message to Antonio and other students that they must leave their faith at home.”

The Counsel encourages people to “pray for a final victory in this case and that God is glorified.”

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