TheDoc USA Fan Sunday School Superintendent Member since Dec 2005 98821 posts Online
re: The Mississippi House just passed Prayer in Schools (Posted on 2/6/13 at 12:05 pm to ShortyRob)
quote: Senate bill 2633 passed the senate education committee unanimously this morning.The measure gives students the right to pray in the classroom or talk openly about religion in a class assignment.
Cruiserhog Arkansas Fan Little Rock Member since Apr 2008 3296 posts Online
re: The Mississippi House just passed Prayer in Schools (Posted on 2/7/13 at 10:22 pm to Bayou)
quote: I hope Mississippi is successful in this endeavor and it bleeds into a national trend. We are n dire need of a turnaround. I'll guarantee this is why Robert Nkemdeche signed with Ole Miss
Again I will posit are you going to okay with it when Satanic cults demand equal time for prayer in class, or when Muslims want to interrupt class and lay down their magic rugs and prostrate to the East or when Hindus want to grab the closest cow and rub on it.
If you are cool with that then help pass this bill because although the authors of the bill clearly want it to be just JudeoChristian prayers heard round the halls they cant have it that way. and its going to bite some of these laws in the ass
Brodeur Alabama Fan Member since Feb 2012 2553 posts
re: The Mississippi House just passed Prayer in Schools (Posted on 2/7/13 at 10:51 pm to Cruiserhog)
I'm a Christian and this topic probably rubs me a different way than most Christians. I think that God should be present in all Christians at all times, but as understanding adults there is a time and place for certain things such as prayer and worship. You go to school to get an education. You go to the store to buy groceries. You go to work to make money. You go to church to worship.
If you feel the need to pray in school then do it silently with your God. Your relationship with your God is a personal choice and a personal relationship.