An Indiana school district secretary was forced to remove a Bible citation from her email signature after a Wisconsin-based atheist legal group sent a complaint letter demanding its removal.  Sarah Mullins, an executive secretary in the Fayette County School Corporation, was recently instructed to remove a reference to Hebrews 6:19 from her official school email signature. The order comes after Superintendent Scott Collins received a letter last Wednesday from the Freedom From Religion

Foundation, which advocates for strict separation of church and state and has over 400 members in Indiana, claiming that Mullins was in violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The letter was sent after a local resident contacted FFRF about how Mullins’ school email signature included the words “Hope anchors the soul. Hebrews 6:19.” The letter asked the school district to have Mullins remove the religious reference from her email signature. READ MORE