5255026231_60a7ed23bf_z-620x385A few months after the atheist nonprofit Freedom from Religion Foundation complained about the Bibles that could be found in U.S. Navy-run hotel rooms, the Navy responded by removing the Bibles from its Navy Lodges. But Fox News’ Todd Starnes reported Saturday morning that the Navy has reversed that decision — and that the Navy Exchange, which runs the hotels, shouldn’t have made the decision in the first place. “In June 2014, Navy Exchange Command (NEXCOM) made a decision, without consultation of senior Navy leadership, to transfer religious materials from the Navy Lodge to the local command religious program,” a Navy spokesman told Starnes in a written statement. “That decision and our religious accommodation policies with regard to the placement of religious materials are under review.” More