By Paul Gattis
The Wisconsin organization that has opposed prayer in public places funded by government is fighting back at Roy Moore’s contention last week that there is nothing illegal about student-led prayer.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to the Foundation for Moral Law, saying that Moore is seeking to “establish Christianity as the paramount law of the land.”
It also outlines what it describes as errors of Moore’s interpretation of law and describes his efforts as “treasonous.” The letter, dated Tuesday, concludes, “We are sorry to see you continue your shameful and ignorant posturing.”
Moore, founder and president emeritus of Foundation for Moral Law as well as a 2017 candidate for U.S. Senate and twice elected as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, released his response to the FFRF in a letter dated Thursday.
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