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November 26, 2020

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The Satanic Temple Colorado puts a devilish spin on the holidays

Westword (Denver, Colorado)
By Jason Heller

Atheist coalition unveils 'secular agenda' for Biden, urges repeal of religious liberty protections

Christian Headlines
By Michael Foust

Invocation perseverance; prolific Griz 399; errant GPS

High Country News
By Betsy Marston

Atheist group gets school to drop Operation Christmas Child

One News Now
By Michael F. Haverluck

Cancellation of holiday displays at the Illinois Capitol 'disappointing'

The State Journal-Register (Bloomington-Normal, Illinois)
By Doug Finke

Deck the Halls? Not at the Illinois Capitol (Due to Coronavirus)

Word and Way

Franklin Graham contests a quienes pidieron no donar a su organización

Noticia Cristiana
By Jhonatan Perez

Atheist group moves to stop prayer in public schools

Vision Christian Radio

Montana man who tore down Ten Commandments monument near courthouse found guilty

Friendly Atheist
By Hemant Mehta

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