It’s no secret that “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is an overtly faith-driven holiday special intent on delivering the real, biblical meaning of Christmas — a fact Faithwire highlighted over the weekend. And it’s the Christmas program’s faith-based sentiment that has sometimes led to problems when it comes to public school children and the First Amendment.

Some schools have, in fact, cut out the biblical portion altogether, sparking controversy. The latest flap, however, involves a Texas school principal who reportedly asked a staff member to remove a six-foot-tall decoration featuring a reference to the section of Luke that is famously recited by Linus in “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” READ MORE