Irreparable Damage? Really?

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A judge has decided that prayer at a graduation ceremony would cause irreparable damage. Really? Eroding the constitution is the irreparable damage in my opinion. Here’s the article: The Blaze

Published in: on June 5, 2011 at 8:37 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. lol suppose that depends on your definition of “damage”. prayer can be sometimes be very “damaging” to a status quo non-christian life when your objective is to keep it that way! lol

    sort of amusing though to have a court essentially saying that the prayer has that strong of power to impact… even if they are meaning it a slightly different way.

    • Good point Blue. I was thinking in terms of our freedoms in America!

  2. The truth is we are free no matter what laws they make anyway. They pray to their gods after their fashion, though they wouldn’t acknowledge what they worship as “gods” necessarily. I am not surprised at this nor am I all that alarmed. In Paul’s day emperor worship was pretty common and anyone who spoke against it faced some pretty heavy consequences. The modern gods are mankind itself, success, science/scientists, and a host of other seemingly ideology based things.

    What did Paul say would happen in the latter times? Men would have a form of godliness but deny the power of it. Seems that’s beginning to happen more noticeably in the last decade or so, although the trend has been 400 years in the making since Descartes. No, we’re headed for a world blatantly using the Christian ideals and the freedoms Jesus preached sans Jesus or the Father. Of course, they take His principles one step (or several) beyond reason and accept everything.

  3. Oh, and I forgot to say I agree with blue raindrop: prayer is life changing and powerful in the right mouth, so I don’t blame them for not wanting to hear it 😉


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