GPS devices, hidden cameras being used to safeguard nativity scenes

Security company offers religious groups free use of solutions to protect their property


"What it means is that it's OK to go around violating even pretty important norms, as long as real human harm isn't being done," he said. "It's not exactly devaluing Christianity, but it is sort of a ritualized challenge to it. It could be Christian kids doing it - and on Jan. 2 they become good Christians again."


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