The Freedom from Religion Foundation strikes again.

Todd Starnes of FOX News reports.

Bibles removed from University of Wisconsin lodge

The Freedom From Religion Foundation isn’t objecting to bedbugs, nor is it objecting to stained bedsheets. But when it found out a lodge owned by the University of Wisconsin had Bibles in its rooms, all hell broke loose.

“We atheists and agnostics do not appreciate paying high prices for lodging, only to find Gideon Bibles in our hotel rooms, sometimes prominently displayed, knowing they contain instructions, for instance, to kill ‘infidels’ and ‘blasphemers,’ among other primitive and dangerous teachings,” FFRF Co-President Dan Barker said in a statement.

The organization of atheists, agnostics and “free-thinkers” got their sheets shorted when they discovered Gideon Bibles had been placed in rooms at Lowell Center, a lodge owned by the University of Wisconsin-Extension in Madison.

The Bibles were a gift from Gideons International, an evangelical Christian organization founded in 1899 whose primary ministry is to distribute free copies of the Bible.

The FFRF said a lodge guest recently complained that they had “encountered” a Bible in their room. Oh, the horror! The unidentified guest was apparently terrified by the presence of the Holy Bible and with trembling fingers contacted the FFRF.

Righteously indignant attorney Patrick Elliott accused the university of violating the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

“When a government entity like the Lowell Center allows a distribution of religious material to visitors, it has unconstitutionally entangled itself with a religious message, in this case a Christian message,” Elliott said in a statement.

Elliott said the Bibles alienate “non-Christian guests whose religious beliefs are inconsistent with the message being promoted by the Bibles.”

So does that mean the university’s diner should stop making cheeseburgers, lest they offend vegans?