I hate that they are trying to take God out of everything we do. I say if you don't like it you don't have to have it forced for you to say, but we have the right to say it and if we continue to take God out of everything we do the reprecussion is only waiting on us. The world is already in danger just look around you signs are everywhere. The world may not have ended when man predicted but it is on it's way. KEEP " God" in this world quit worrying what others say we have that right
We have to co-exist with other religions too! That is what makes us human. They should not be able to take away the manger scene on Christmas as long as it in a church yard or a private yard.
yes I agree they should of never took jesus out really he did make all of us.
You have to understand there are other religions in this world and the world does not consist of just the United States.
I AGREE IF YOU REMOVE GODS HAND OFF US AND OUR CHILDREN IT CAUSES RAMPANT EVIL. PUT IT BACK IN OUR SCHOOLS!
simple pray at home & church where values start school is for learning period.
We need prayer back in our schools, the children The more our kids get separated from God, the more the gangs and drug addicts will take over our schools.THAT IS WHAT IS WRONG WITH AMERICA, THEY'VE KICKED GOD OUT OF EVERYTHING, we need God back in everything we do what is this world coming to, the Government is letting the devil get his hold it must stop,
Where's your evidence to support your claim that "gangs and drug addicts will take over schools?" Have you ever read the Constitution of the United States of America? This nation is not a theocracy. The establishment clause of the first amendment of the constitution clearly states that there is to be a separation between church and state. You're free to worship as you choose in your home, in your church, on YOUR time, but you do NOT have the right to proselytize children from diverse backgrounds on the taxpayers' time and dime.
We are a christen nation , found by men of fath not to allow prayer in school is just woung.
Christian (not "christen") does not necessarily mean or equate to "men of faith". Some of the founding fathers were "deists", i.e. NOT Christians.
Read-up on OUR US History.
I grew up with prayer in school & in the home which I believe made me a better person ( after I tried my parents with some hardship ) but I want it back in school for my grandchildren but mostly my Great Grandchildren. God Bless America once again Please!
God. Doesn't. Exist. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbcBpIxY4do
I'm sorry Hunny you are wrong how did u get here ??god does exit and he loves you!! I will be praying for u
Look around you young lady, all that you see was created and not by you. Thank you for your opinion.
PLAIN AND SIM;PLE PUT GOD BACK IN OUR SCHOOL PARKES DAY CARE AND ANY WHERE WE NEED GOD WAKE AMERICAN.
Schools are there for education. How can any of us have a understanding of education if we do not known the Bible. The Bible is the foundation of our lives. I feel that a person education is not complete without the knowledge of the Bible.
David Sharp If the Bible is read in an academic setting, yes. Also, other important religious texts form other religions should be included with that. But I assume you want to teach the Bible as fact? Not going to happen. That is a clear overstepping of the establishment clause in the Constitution of the government endorsing one religion over another.
That's a sign of indoctrination. Who told you that fallacy....? The Bible is not a book followed by all. What's the basis you making such a claim? We're not talking "Sunday school", here.....! LOL
when I was a child prayher stiled exsisted and we prayed for thanks even 4 the food we ate.iI believe that those ethical morals helped mold me and shape me back into a good person.I lost my way for a very long time and prayer led me back home...Ty Bob(rikki)Lol! for sending me that petitio I am already on it we have always succeeded @ things when we put our minds to it & I know we can accomplish this.write me Bobby Barker.
Mmmmvery funny that the Muslims expect to have prayer times in their work and schools and get away with it and yet christians are frfused.Since muslim prayer has started have younoticed the amount of murder, theft, gang rape, bombings that are happening. Take note. Rose is a stronger persno I believe.
ON THE REAL IF DONT WANNA PLAY WITH YOURSELF OR SOMETHIN WHILE EVERYBODY ELSE DOES...LETS TALK ABOUT TAXPAYERS AND DIRTY COPS AND DIRTY JUDGES AND OT TO MENTION DIRTY ASS CONGRESSMAN,GETTIN THIER DICK SUKKED AT A STRIPP SAYIN IT ISNT SEX THERE WAS NO PENTRATION.....IGNORANCE IS BLISS!~!!!
So....you're blaming the non-Muslim students' unfair treatment on the Muslim students? Explain.....if you can.
Btw, the rise in murder, theft, gang rape, bombings have NOTHING to do with Muslims or Islam. Try another lie, Bucko!
Sweden was virtually crime free until Muslim Infestation . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6JHJxnQhpI ... Mr.Muhammad, Do you know nothing of how hateful this Islamic Religion is? They are stuck in the middle ages! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPBDQAH5ds0 SHARIA LAW= FUCKED UP SHIT!
Prayer and the Ten Commandments back in school is a good start but first they need to be in our homes.
They should stay in your homes and in your churches. First amendment. Separation of church and state. It's not the state's responsibility to proselytize your children.
lets get this done prayers reviveour inward thoughts and help our very beingself essteen put s love and hope in our children gives thema new outlook in life theyll feel secure i was good enough for our ancestors and our generation our children should have same prayer as we prayed lets give the lord the glory i love you j lord
I'm a young veteran only twenty-one and I have seen both sides of the world, and I believe that children who believe in god should have the right to pray where ever they are however the one, and that is also one of are freedoms in this country.
Regardless of your beliefs David you should use your morals and quit bickering we are all humans and if believing in god is one way to bring us together then what is problem?
Dallas Furnish Because it only brings one specific group of people together, it alienates and sometimes attacks those who do not feel the same about religion as you do. A great example of this are the Crusades, or the current turmoil in the Middle East.
its not the states to hand my children condoms either but they do they took GOD OUT AND PUT SEX ORIENTATIN IN my father fought in ww11 for our rights
Dallas Furnish. Thank you for your service to this country and giving us Freedom. I than GOD for young men like you.
I grew up in a home with an angry God hating Atheist father who abused me very badly mentally, physically and otherwise. I had only God to turn to and give me strength. My entire family from childhood is dead and has been for years. My brother starting shooting heroin at a very young age and died of AIDS. Mom started shooting heroin in her 40's and died in her mid 50's and dad was taken away in 1974 when "The Child Protective Act" was finally put into force releasing me at age 16 from his...
I grew up in a home with an angry God hating Atheist father who abused me very badly mentally, physically and otherwise. I had only God to turn to and give me strength. My entire family from childhood is dead and has been for years. My brother starting shooting heroin at a very young age and died of AIDS. Mom started shooting heroin in her 40's and died in her mid 50's and dad was taken away in 1974 when "The Child Protective Act" was finally put into force releasing me at age 16 from his evil demonic clutch in life. I had to sneak to church and hide my Bible in my closet or be beaten for putting my little hands together to pray. I was not allowed to keep Church at home at the sake and hand of such and angry God hating man who abused the entire family because he had no one to answer to. We all have our choice to choose God or not choose God but we do not have to keep it at home. It is also our right of FREEDOM in the Constitution to speak of God and pray wherever we want. Not saying it has to be forced upon anyone. It is your right and choice to not believe or pray just as it is my right and choice to believe and pray. I was told in an online College class not to bring up God. It is my right to bring up God as it is your right to not believe or pray. We are all different and we can all talk as we do about different subjects but we still have a right to believe in our own ways.
Dallas Furnish AMAN
They need to stop caring about trying to ban gun and worry about puting God back into everday life from the God we trust on money to prayer in school and maybe then they wouldn't have so many problems with all the crimes and everything.
Fun fact: most of the people who commit crimes believe in "God."
How would you know?
Margaret Hines Percentage of atheists incarcerated in U.S. prisions as compared to religions persons- .02% (Source: http://www.holysmoke.org/icr-pri.htm) Percentage of atheists living in the American public- 21%. Well, that's interesting. I thought godless atheists possessed no morals and committed crimes?
actually there is a very small percent of atheist in the USA thats what makes it so sad that all it took was one woman to have prayer taken out
Elizabeth Ross 21% is almost a quarter of the American public, that is no small percentage.
rofl David miller, and u figured this out how? give me a break, u truely have the devil working in u, u r trying so hard to go against christians, why is that? i believe the devil is in u and controlling ur mind without u even knowing it, the devil does work that way u know.
Please sign: https://www.change.org/petitions/keep-mandatory-prayer-out-of-public-schools#
Gidget Rmsybkrgrl, to answer your questions, it is a close mathematical approximation because since 73% of Americans believe in God, and because no study has shown that not believing in God gives somebody a higher incentive to commit crimes, theoretically 73% of Americans who commit crimes believe in God. And since 73% > 50%, David Miller's assertion holds Q.E.D.
1997, Federal Bureau of Prisons, 0.21% of inmates were atheist. Just saying.
Margaret Hines 1997, Federal Bureau of Prisons, 0.21% of inmates were atheist.