By Travis Thrasher
What happens when the name of Jesus comes up in school? This book will take you through just that situation. Grace Wesley, a history teacher, and her students were discussing Martin Luther King Jr and Gandhi when a student asks a question, comparing a quote of Jesus to what was being discussed. When the teacher quotes the Bible verse and the uses the name Jesus, everything gets out of hand. A student sends a text about the teacher using the name of Jesus, the principal of the school, the ACLU, and others get involved. It turns out that the parent of the student, who asked the question, brings legal account against the teacher because of separation of church and state.
The story contains many wonderful characters, some believers and unbelievers. Grace Wesley's lawyer Tom Endler, a young lawyer with his own problems; a girl named Amy, a new believer who writes a blog about the trial; the ACLU lawyer of the plaintiff; the judge; and others that makes this a great story. If you are familiar with the first book, God is not Dead, you find some of the original people in this book.
This story shows how one situation can separate some and bring others together. The book is easy to understand and will show how our freedoms are being abused and gradually taken away.
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