The Satanic Temple responded to a Florida school board and judge decision allowing the dissemination of religious materials in public schools by distributing its own Satanic literature to Orange County classrooms.
Following the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to allow “ceremonial prayer” in government meetings, a Florida activist for separation of church-and-state causes and a self-described Satanist has written a request to open city commission meetings with a Satanic prayer.
A lawyers’ survey found fault with Judge Hal Epperson’s practice of offering Bibles to criminal defendants.
Some conservative activists in the Ocala area say a state-approved textbook for 10th graders slights Christianity and Judaism while being favorably biased toward Islam.
The Brevard County School Board has voted to create a “supplemental guide” for an Advanced Placement history textbook that many parents and one lawmaker called a “biased” and “flawed” history that is too favorable of the Islamic faith.
An atheist group is considering distributing an X-rated book to Orange County schools after free bibles were placed inside schools by a religious organization this past week.
Satanists are calling on its followers to rally in support of Florida Gov. Rick Scott later this month.
A local atheist organization made a splash on Saturday when they symbolically washed away a blessing placed on a major highway into the county one year ago. The tongue-in-cheek protest was meant to bring light to a bigger issue seen by the Humanists of Florida Association.