An Alabama woman ignited a bitter custody dispute with her ex-husband involving her only daughter after she embraced a more conservative kind of Christianity. In 2003 a judge awarded custody of the girl to her father, reasoning that her mother’s strict Christian practices were damaging the girl. Read about the case in a Feb. 13, 2008, article from The New York Times.
|Publication||The New York Times|
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Government & politics, Law & courts, Marriage & family, Society & culture|
|Locations||United States of America|