Despite elementary school officials' attempt to censor a Bible passage from a school play, one community took a stand for religious freedom and refused to let political correctness dictate the performance.
On radio Thursday, Glenn shared the back story of how the school district censored an elementary school presentation of a "Charlie Brown Christmas" in Johnson County, Kentucky.
He called for somebody to stand up and said what he would do as a parent in that situation.
"I would get together with parents and I would --- if I knew this was coming --- I would take the script of what Linus actually says and I would stand up as a block of parents and just stop the show," Glenn said. "And all of the parents stand up and just start saying it."
Well, it looks like that's exactly what parents in the audience chose to do. Reports are now out showing audience members quoting the censored lines in the middle of the performance, just as Glenn suggested.
One of Glenn's Facebook followers heard the news and shared it with Glenn.
Below is video showing audience members at a Johnson County elementary school reciting the Bible passage usually spoken by Linus in the play, 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.' (Video courtesy East Kentucky Broadcasting, by Valarie Honeycutt Spears.)
Featured Image: Audience members at a performance of 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' at Johnson County’s W.R. Castle Elementary School recite a Bible passage usually spoken by Linus in the play. This is a frame grab from a video. East Kentucky Broadcasting, by Valarie Honeycutt Spears.