Essay in prayer public school

I believe that prayer being banned from the public school systems was by far the most uneducated and most of all immoral thing that could have been done. Not only has it affected the schools it has also affected the homes and the homes and its inhabitants. Me being a young teen in school, have witnessed first hand to this and i can truly say that prayer should be allowed in schools. Every one does not have to pray if you choose not to then that is your choice. Please don’t let the ignorance of 10 people ruin a nations well being!!!

In Does God Make a Difference: Taking Religion Seriously in Our Schools and Universities , Warren Nord argues that we must educate more broadly about religion in ways that engender connection and understanding to enable civil discourse, discourse that involves our most deeply held beliefs. There are signs that the pendulum may be beginning to swing back to a position like that advocated by Nord: where education about religion may be more widely accepted in our universities and our public schools. It is at once encouraging and disheartening to note that some of the same forces at work 150 years ago, and so ably traced by Professor Green, are with us still. But as he reminds us, incremental progress characterized the process then. So it must be now.

Essay in prayer public school

essay in prayer public school

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