A panel of a U.S. Court of Appeals said Friday that a Michigan Township can forbid a Christian school from moving into its city. First Liberty Institute, which is representing Livingston Christian School, called it a “very dangerous” precedent.  “This precedent is very dangerous. It states that it is not a burden on religious exercise for a city to ban religious schools, churches, synagogues or mosques from moving into town,” Hiram Sasser, deputy chief counsel of First Liberty, said in a

statement after a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit rejected the Christian school’s appeal. LCS first brought a lawsuit in a federal court in Michigan to protect its right to exist as a ministry in Genoa Township. They sued the Township under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, for not allowing them to use a portion of the Brighton Church of the Nazarene, known as The Naz.  READ MORE