County adopts new prayer policy
During public comments, John Oakes of Burlington said he agreed the county needs an invocation policy to guard the use of prayer against extremists who aim to eliminate prayer from public meetings.
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Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago
#1 Feb 9, 2012
The US is constantly being built on foreign interests with a diversity of foreign religions, cultures and philosophies as a true model of an expansionist belief system.
The forty thousand different Christian sects in the US testify to the diversity of religious beliefs that now exist in the US from fundamental Christianity to the Hindu based New Age philosophy.
One must wonder what Christianity really means today in the US when religious beliefs are constantly intertwining and overlapping so much, as we expand in every aspect of our belief systems in the very world that is forever expanding.
Many prominent Christian leaders are now saying that all religions lead to salvation.
So is it time to revise the belief that the US is a Christian Nation founded only on Christian philosophy?
#2 Feb 9, 2012
Yeah, those dirty extremists that expect your local government to actually adbide by the US Constitution. How dare they.
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