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Montana court of appeals rules, Big Mountain Jesus statue to stay

Gospel Herald
By Precy Dumlao

On the church-state gridiron: Georgia HS football team challenged for ‘Amazing Grace’

By Greg Bluesmen and Daniel Malloy

A Georgia school district is investigating a mass baptism on the high school football field

Fox 25 (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
By Kathy Damrill

Georgia high schools scrutinized for mixing religion, football

Baptist Joint Committee
By Don Byrd

District investigates mass baptism involving football team at Villa Rica High

Ledger Gazette
By Frank Ramirez

Georgia high school adds baptisms to football practice, benches constitution

By Doktor Zoom

Seriously? Elisabeth Hasselbeck Doesn't See Problem With Baptism On Public School Football Field!

By Pricillas

Georgia football field mass baptism was by the book, pastor says

All Alabama
By Jeremy Gray

Pastor thought baptism on Georgia school field was by the book


Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By Mike Morris

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