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Mon May 13, 2024, 12:37 PM May 13

A high school artist called out Christian bigotry. Her school board is furious. - Friendly Atheist [View all]

May 13, 2024
Members of the Augusta County School Board in Verona, Virginia have decided a new policy needs to be created after a high school art student offended their sensibilities by using her work to highlight faith-based bigotry.

The artwork was created by Abby Driscoll, a senior at Fort Defiance High School. The background features pages from the Bible. The text reads, “God loves you… but not enough to save you.”
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