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Date Posted: 23:38:38 03/25/06 Sat
Author: Deborah
Subject: Salient points for consideration...
In reply to: KathyT 's message, "What I am getting at..." on 18:01:57 03/23/06 Thu

...along with remnants to question.

Instead the supreme court has strived to turn us into one generic godless society, to our detriment.

When the Supreme Court heard and then ruled a few years ago as to school prayer, it did not originate as a challenge from what some would tout as atheist heathens. No, it began with prayerful believers.

The action was Christian and Christian versus Christian. Do you remember that the filing included one family from your Church, KathyT, seeking to quash the school prayer there in Texas?

So I wonder that unless or until Christians listen to, understand, compromise and get along, between and among themselves, it will not be atheists, neither government and the Supreme Court of our land, at fault for what you worry is a [g]odless society.

The United States Supreme Court ruled, and I agree with their ruling. I also remember one Arizona (sports)writer in the news talking to the value of prayer being something sacred, personal, not public. Maybe he was on to something there...

Just thoughts...

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