When one Kentucky elementary school cut Linus Van Pelt’s famous monologue from “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” in which he shares the meaning of the holiday season by reading Luke 2:8-14, the administration probably wasn’t expecting the kind of response they received during Thursday’s Christmas production.
During his radio program Thursday morning, Glenn Beck suggested parents protest the school’s decision by reciting Luke 2:8-14 during the time the censored monologue is supposed to be delivered.
As it turns out, parents did just that. During Thursday’s production of “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” parents seemed prepared at just the right moment to recite Linus’ Christmas message. In unison, the Kentucky parents started reading Luke 2:8-14.