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Ga. Mom Creates 'God Is Alive in Newton' Facebook Page; School Takes Down 'God Is dead' Artwork

Two Georgia parents created a "God is Alive in Newton" Facebook page last week in response to an artwork poster displayed at their daughter's high school, which was based on the play "The Crucible," with the words "God is dead" and "Satan is Alive."
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