God isn't allowed in schools

God isn't allowed in schools

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#1 Apr 2, 2012
Be Blessed

Charlotte, NC

#2 Apr 2, 2012
What's this world coming to ?
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United States

#3 Apr 2, 2012
It's the same world that's been here forever.
BeBlessed

Charlotte, NC

#4 Apr 2, 2012
No it's not . We cannot even Have prayer before the bell rings to change classes . Really lowers morals of todays youth. America was built on Christianity then they went & seperated church n state. Must have been a democratic decision
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#5 Apr 2, 2012
BeBlessed wrote:
No it's not . We cannot even Have prayer before the bell rings to change classes . Really lowers morals of todays youth. America was built on Christianity then they went & seperated church n state. Must have been a democratic decision
Uhh hey dumbass. This is a Christian school. Where is your idiot god in this case?
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United States

#6 Apr 2, 2012
BeBlessed wrote:
No it's not . We cannot even Have prayer before the bell rings to change classes . Really lowers morals of todays youth. America was built on Christianity then they went & seperated church n state. Must have been a democratic decision
America wasn't built on Christianity you moronic imbecile. The United States Constitution serves as the law of the land for America and indicates the intent of our Founding Fathers. The Constitution forms a secular document, and nowhere does it appeal to God, Christianity, Jesus, or any of the other 3,000 plus deities in this world. If anything it was founded on Greek Mythology, ever been to Washington DC? Obviously not.
Facts is facts

Johnson City, TN

#7 Apr 2, 2012
God does not belong in schools. Schools are for learning and ducation. Church is for learning about God and that is where it should be taught, not public or private schools that contain diverse people from various religious backgrounds.
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United States

#8 Apr 2, 2012
Facts is facts wrote:
God does not belong in schools. Schools are for learning and ducation. Church is for learning about God and that is where it should be taught, not public or private schools that contain diverse people from various religious backgrounds.
Wow, we have a winner!!! You're not from here are you? No need to even answer that question.
lakerfan

Murfreesboro, TN

#9 Apr 2, 2012
Facts is facts wrote:
God does not belong in schools. Schools are for learning and ducation. Church is for learning about God and that is where it should be taught, not public or private schools that contain diverse people from various religious backgrounds.
When I grew up there was prayer in school. We could sing Christmas carols about Jesus. We said the pledge of allegiance every morning. "One nation under God." However I do agree with you. I don't ever remember going to church and having math or science class.
locals are idiots

Morristown, TN

#10 Apr 2, 2012
lakerfan wrote:
<quoted text>When I grew up there was prayer in school. We could sing Christmas carols about Jesus. We said the pledge of allegiance every morning. "One nation under God." However I do agree with you. I don't ever remember going to church and having math or science class.
You "grew up" in the South that's why. Looks like it all worked out well for you.
Facts is facts

Johnson City, TN

#11 Apr 3, 2012
lol wrote:
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Wow, we have a winner!!! You're not from here are you? No need to even answer that question.
Yeah dipshit, I am from here !
Facts is facts

Johnson City, TN

#12 Apr 3, 2012
lakerfan wrote:
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When I grew up there was prayer in school. We could sing Christmas carols about Jesus. We said the pledge of allegiance every morning. "One nation under God." However I do agree with you. I don't ever remember going to church and having math or science class.
I remember that as well and it was in no way harmful. However, we are a much more diverse nation now and in the interest of human rights and understanding, it is not right to make anyone (especially children) feel confused or outcast because some believe out of the 3000 or so religions on earth, theirs is the only one that counts or matters. It falls under what is or is not right. So kepp your religious beliefs in church and your home, not in public schools or non religion based private schools.

Since: Feb 12

Prairie Village, KS

#13 Apr 3, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>America wasn't built on Christianity you moronic imbecile. The United States Constitution serves as the law of the land for America and indicates the intent of our Founding Fathers. The Constitution forms a secular document, and nowhere does it appeal to God, Christianity, Jesus, or any of the other 3,000 plus deities in this world. If anything it was founded on Greek Mythology, ever been to Washington DC? Obviously not.
I agree with this guy.-Nods- Enough said.
Simple Joe

Morristown, TN

#14 Apr 3, 2012
BeBlessed wrote:
No it's not . We cannot even Have prayer before the bell rings to change classes . Really lowers morals of todays youth. America was built on Christianity then they went & seperated church n state. Must have been a democratic decision
How can anyone control when or where you pray? Oh, you mean they won't let you get up on a pulpit and have group prayers, forcing all individuals to listen to you, be intimidated and embarrassed to join in or be an outcast. I understand now. And just to clarify, religion has absolutely nothing to do with morals, that is proven over and over. The only exception being that religion offers a blueprint of (questionable)moral dogma for people that don't naturally know right from wrong. In other words, for people that need someone to tell them how to act in a civilized society.
about to say

Morristown, TN

#15 Apr 3, 2012
lol wrote:
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America wasn't built on Christianity you moronic imbecile. The United States Constitution serves as the law of the land for America and indicates the intent of our Founding Fathers. The Constitution forms a secular document, and nowhere does it appeal to God, Christianity, Jesus, or any of the other 3,000 plus deities in this world. If anything it was founded on Greek Mythology, ever been to Washington DC? Obviously not.
What this ^^^ guy said.
getalife

Morristown, TN

#16 Apr 3, 2012
My GOD goes with me everywhere! HE is in my heart. I can pray to him standing, kneeling, walking, whenever I want.

“lets get autonomous!”

Since: Jul 08

nottingham

#17 Apr 3, 2012
lakerfan wrote:
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When I grew up there was prayer in school. We could sing Christmas carols about Jesus. We said the pledge of allegiance every morning. "One nation under God." However I do agree with you. I don't ever remember going to church and having math or science class.
under god wasnt added to the pldge of allegience until the early mid 50's. by a government that understood the political power of religion.

now we have politicians that use their "religion" as a basis for their candidacy for office and the religious sheeple of this country swallow it right up regardless of the obvious idiocy of the candidate.

“lets get autonomous!”

Since: Jul 08

nottingham

#18 Apr 3, 2012
getalife wrote:
My GOD goes with me everywhere! HE is in my heart. I can pray to him standing, kneeling, walking, whenever I want.
thats an excellent way for you to view your personal relationship with the deity of YOUR choice, now the question for you is this, what justifies your forcing others to pray to the deity of YOUR choice?

would someone of a different belief be just as offended by that as you would be to be asked to pray to cthulu, or allah, or zeus?
lakerfan

Murfreesboro, TN

#19 Apr 3, 2012
Gromit wrote:
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under god wasnt added to the pldge of allegience until the early mid 50's. by a government that understood the political power of religion.
now we have politicians that use their "religion" as a basis for their candidacy for office and the religious sheeple of this country swallow it right up regardless of the obvious idiocy of the candidate.
I graduated high school in 1977. It had already been added after I was born so it really wasn't that long ago. Also I agree with the rest of your post. I don't ever remember going to the poll and before I vote wonder "Gee wonder what church he goes to?"
lakerfan

Murfreesboro, TN

#20 Apr 3, 2012
Oops....it was added before not after.

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