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School Forbids Students from Praying

This is crazy.

Christian students at a Colorado public high school were told they could no longer meet to pray, sing religious songs or discuss religious topics during free time – because such activity violated the U.S. Constitution, a lawsuit filed in federal court alleges. Chase Windebank is a senior at Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs. Three years ago he started meeting together informally with his classmates for prayer and religious fellowship. The young people would meet in an unoccupied choir room to sing songs like “Amazing Grace” and discuss the issues of the day from a religious perspective.
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2 comments:

Mary De Voe said...

Freedom. Have these people even read the Constitution? Especially the Ninth Amendment. The public schools belong to the taxpayers as do all public lands and waterways. "We, the people...are the public.

newguy40 said...

“You can pray freely
But just so God alone can hear.”
--Russian poet Tanya Khodkevich who was sentenced to ten years by the Soviets for writing this


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