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The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Salazar v. Buono in October. Christianity Today asked church leaders and observers to discuss whether the Supreme Court should rule that memorial crosses are secular.

CT previously spotlighted international religious liberty advocates and church violence.

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