Father, who art in Heaven, HOLLOWED be THY name.. IS it? Do we really
mean it? -Can we say so in a public place? Free Judea-Christian Country?
How gullible have we, the American people been, to let this happen to
our Country, while watching the downward sliding in our morality! What
harm could anyone find in the permission of teaching of God and morality
to children at kindergarten and on? After all, we are a Judea-Christian
Nation, we must preserve that...
cannot be sued in courts, Church can. God surely does not look kindly
upon people killing each other over religion. Neither Church or religion
is God. They are man made. God the Maker of heaven and earth, is God....
This is where ACLU, and my Congressman are wrong.
Congressman and his office seem to respect "Separation of Church
and State" same way as ACLU does. -That is; to them, Church and God
seems to be the same thing.and the separation of God from State is just
I am referring to one incident which happened recently at the steps of Supreme Court. A group of tourists started to pray to God at the steps. A security guard came over, and stopped them. They complained, pointing to First Amendment, --Freedom of speech. They were told to move on.. It is very "politically correct" and easy to declare that there is a "Separation of Church and State," which is true, but the First Amendment does not say that there should be a "Separation of GOD and State." Presently the 14th Amendment also is being violated by "abridging" the voluntary school prayers.
are man made, as the churches are. Man argues an even kills over religions.
The Founding Fathers knew this, -they seen it. Therefore they drafted
the First Amendment to protect the Country and the future generations.
click stringer: http://www.tourolaw.edu/patch/Engel/
and read ENGEL ET AL. V. VITALE, U.S. Supreme Court Case, and Dissenting
Justice Seward's remarks..
course anything goes for the Congresses..They can have their tax payer
paid Chaplains, paid by tax payers, whose own children's morals and outlook
June 4, 1998, the Religious Freedom Amendment (H.J. Res. 78), sponsored
by Rep. Ernest Istook (R-OK), was defeated in the House of Representatives
by a vote of 224 to 203 - a majority, but 61 votes short of the two-thirds
necessary to pass a constitutional amendment. H.J. Res. 78 would have
permitted, not only school prayer, but religious symbols on public property
and the use of tax money for religious activities. That surely would have
put a stop to those frivolous law suits.
New York Times (6/5/98) quoted Congressman Istook, who is a member of
the globalist front, The Council for National Policy: "As prayer
has gone out of the schools, guns, knives, drugs and gangs have come in.
It's time we put the emphasis on what we believe, and almost every American
believes in God." --
bill, H.J. Res.78 is in full compliance with the Supreme Court decision
on Engel v. Vitale case, as long as a governmental official does not compose
or administrate it. Evidently it is OK for Congress (which is our present),
but not for our school children, (which is our future) ! ! That we are
a Judeo-Christian nation, as we were then, when during the world war II,
a troop ship was sinking to the depts of Atlantic ocean, four figures
were seen on the deck praying. They were Chaplains, -A Rabbi, a Priest
and two Ministers. They had given their lifejackets to others..Use keywords
"four Chaplains" to read their story.
we truly are a Nation under God must be loudly and plainly declared to
the rest of the world, we cannot have hundreds of other cultures and religions
reach our shores and try to displace our heritage.
Sincerely, Eino Salminen, firstname.lastname@example.org.