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Ted Cruz SCHOOLS anti-Christian organization targeting Auburn mass baptism

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Recently, Auburn University has been experiencing a revival that led to a mass baptism of over 200 students. Students freely made the decision and chose to be baptized. The 'Freedom From Religion Foundation' apparently isn't satisfied to allow people to practice religion freely and has now targeted Auburn.


Several coaches are in hot water with a national nonprofit organization days after taking part in a cold water baptism event that saw hundreds of Auburn University students dedicate their lives to Christ.

On Thursday, the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation issued a warning to Auburn head football coach Hugh Freeze and others against athlete baptisms, saying their employer is a public university, not a religious institution, and that such actions are violations are of the U.S. Constitution.

Auburn University confirmed Friday it had received a letter from the foundation and that it was evaluating it, though it had no additional comment.

Gov. Kay Ivey, who serves as the president of every state university’s board of trustees, issued her own response to the FFRF on Friday, calling the nonprofit’s letters “misleading and misguided,” and that no one’s religious liberties are being violated.


Ted Cruz had a few comments for the organization.

It's 'protecting' the rights of Americans by trying to stop them from freely getting baptized. That is a take. A very bad one.


Isn't that the truth. Campuses have become places where conservative students can barely exist or share their beliefs, but the minute Christians host one event, suddenly it's cause for lawsuits.

Great advice! Perhaps freedom means people can practice their religion in peace and those who don't want to, can go find something else to do. What a concept!

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