The artwork featured on the classroom walls of a Newton County, Georgia school is drawing a lot of controversy, with numerous crayon-colored pictures reading 'God Is Dead' pinned to bulletin boards.

The school says there's a simple explanation for the drawings: the Arthur Miller play entitled 'The Crucible,' being taught at the school.

But many parents aren't buying that explanation and are calling for the pictures to be removed. "It just seems to me that if the school is going to say, 'we do not have religion in school and if you're not going to teach God and you're not going to teach the good of God, then I don't think you should be plastering 'god is dead' and 'Satan lives," said the step-father of one of the students attending the high school.

Take a look at the video and let us know what you think? Should the drawing be removed or allowed to stay? Do you believe the explanation for the assignment? or do you believe the teacher had an ulterior, anti-religion motive?