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Do you believe the Cross and The Ten Commandments should be allowed to be displayed in Public School's

Asked by: jjohnmusic11
  • Freedom of expression

    If someone wants to put up a cross, who cares? It's not like they are forcing you to be a christian, so your freedom of religion is not being infringed, I don't get what all these atheists are whining about, it's just to perpendicular lines, what's the big deal about it?

  • God is the Creator of this universe.

    We need to Worship and Honor God all day every day no matter where we are. Also beside's that our Nation like it or not was founded on the Bible. This is so clear since the Ten Commandments are displayed on the Supreme Court and some of our Government buildings.

  • Based on Opinions.

    Schools should allow students to express their religion. If a student creates an art work, It should be able to be displayed. Other religions should also be displayed. It is not about the religion it is about the diversity of the world. Students should be allowed to express themselves. It is not forcing or influencing the other students to follow that religion.

  • Based on Opinions.

    Schools should allow students to express their religion. If a student creates an art work, It should be able to be displayed. Other religions should also be displayed. It is not about the religion it is about the diversity of the world. Students should be allowed to express themselves. It is not forcing or influencing the other students to follow that religion.

  • School is for learning. Religion is the antithesis of real learning.

    If you want to worship your God, do it in the church, mosque or synagogue, or in your own homes. School is for learning about the real world, not the imaginary one's created to fleece the gullible. Separation of church and state, remember? If Christians insist on this BS, they will get Satanists, Muslims, Hindus, Humanists and Atheists entering into the fray to give them a taste of their own medicine. Oh.... I see... You only want the right to have YOUR OWN religion put forth in public schools! That's what I thought.

  • Schools must not proselytise

    Schools are there to help students acquire and develop skills and knowledge. Displaying a cross and a list from the bible does neither. The suggestion that they should be displayed springs from a desire to indoctrinate children with one's own unfounded opinions. This is proselytising, not essentially different from what Islamist, and other, radicalisers do.

    I suppose there could be little objection, however, provided that corresponding items from all other religions and from the Humanists were also displayed.


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