By Greg Horton
Religion News Service
(RNS) A Methodist pastor of a suburban Oklahama City church is suing the state, claiming its license plate image of a Native American shooting an arrow into the sky violates his religious liberty.
Last week, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled his suit can proceed.
The pastor, Keith Cressman of St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Bethany, Okla., contends the image of the Native American compels him to be a “mobile billboard” for a pagan religion.
'Rain God' Oklahoma License Plate: Pastor Keith Cressman Lawsuit Approved By 10th Circuit Court Of Appeals
Very silly 'persecuted Christian.' But, as much as I hate to support any theocratic notions, he does have a point. So does this mean these fascist xians are going to now stop with so-called "ware on Christmas" and prayer/flag/pledge of allegiance agit-prop? Doubtful.