First Amendment be damned, Jesus has no business in outer space. At least that’s what NASA says.
A group of NASA employees are accusing officials at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, of banning Jesus’ name from a staff e-mail newsletter, with their attorney telling The Church Boys podcast this week why he believes that the space agency is on shaky legal ground.
Jeremy Dys, senior counsel for the conservative Liberty Institute law firm, also offered up a warning for atheists and members of other non-Christian faiths who are employed by NASA, telling them to consider the implications for their own religious freedom.
Here’s the interview …
Anybody interested in making book on NASA’s response to using the name “Mohammad” in outer space?
Yeah, me neither.
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