Recently, a Georgia high school football program was attacked by the American Humanist Association (AHA), a group of atheists, for quoting scripture to the players and leading them in prayer. Football coaches at Chestatee High School in Gainesville are accused of quoting scripture on team documents and pre-game banners and regularly leading the War Eagles in prayer. The AHA sent a letter in early August demanding that coaches cut team-sanctioned prayers and remove all Bible verses and other religious messages from team documents and materials.

So, where are the Christians?

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Last year, an Ohio public high school principle in Marion City Schools ordered a copy of the Ten Commandments to be taken down. For years the plaque hung in the Harding High School hallway next to the preamble of the Constitution after it had been gifted to the school by their class of 1953. The school system said it acted to avoid legal challenges that had been prompted by similar Ten Commandment displays in other Ohio public school districts.

But, where are the Christians?

In 2003, an Alabama judicial ethics panel removed Chief Justice Roy Moore from office for defying a federal judge’s order to move a Ten Commandments monument from the state Supreme Court building, claiming it was an unconstitutional endorsement of religion. The panel stated Moore put himself above the law by “willfully and publicly” flouting the order to remove the monument from the state’s judicial building’s rotunda.

Again, where were the Christians?

But wait! Where are the atheists regarding the Muslim religion?

In February of this year, students at Seminole County High School system in Florida were required to recite an Islamic prayer as part of a world history class lesson at Lyman High School. The students also had to make an Islamic prayer rug as a homework assignment. Controversy ensued as some parents feared school-sponsored indoctrination of the Muslim religion.

So where were the atheists?

In January 2015, students in the Revere, Massachusetts, public school system were forced to learn about the principles and core tenets of Islam, as well as being forced to learn the Islam conversion prayer. An article published by the website “American Overlook” shared that while some parents were completely outraged, most of the liberal parents were “one hundred percent okay with it” and did not mind it at all.

But, where are the atheists?

In January of this year, the Douglas County School District in Colorado announced a world religions field trip to a nearby Denver Mosque. In the announcement they said that any school girl choosing to attend the Rocky Middle School trip would be expected to follow the Muslim dress code for woman required by Shariah Law.

Again, where are the atheists?

Atheists and liberals aren’t focused on denying our right to express all religious beliefs only Christianity.

And Christians are lacking in the fight.

Mark Caserta is a conservative blogger, a Cabell County resident and a regular contributor to The Herald-Dispatch editorial page.