Religious Right groups did everything they could to help the Republican Party this year: They flooded churches with biased 'voter guides' that backed GOP candidates and pursued a 'data-driven strategy.' The Faith & Freedom Coalition, a group founded and run by former Christian Coalition operative Ralph Reed, boasted that it would spend $18 million to target 125 million 'social conservative voters' in 19 states.
Let’s say some people at a company want to get together during lunch hour and hold a Bible study. It’s totally voluntary, and they don’t pressure anyone else to attend. This is not likely to cause any problems.