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BROCK LAWLEY: Goodness, Guns & GOD (Connecticut shooting)

December 18, 2012 by Alfonzo Rachel


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  • Friend of Freedom

    What law prohibits prayer and the Bible from school anyway? I know there are court opinions. But they’re just that. What law has been passed banning it? Did I miss something? (Those are honest questions – not rhetorical) Is there really a law? If there is– it is unconstitutional and should be fought on those grounds. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” Allowing it is not establishing it. Coercing it would be but obviously that’s not what I’m referring to.

    And isn’t that traditionally (up until the last 50 years or so) how it has always been understood? Why is it so hard to understand now? What if all over the country teachers and principals just started praying and reading the Bible again and challenging the following of court opinion as law, or the law itself as unconstitutional if indeed such a law exists?