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How can praying in school help teens and kids explore faith?

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It can't because they don't allow it. In any classroom you might have students of many different religions. It would not be fair if you excluded any of them. That's why they have churches and temples. Those are the places to study religion. School is for studying other things.

It would not be fair if you excluded any of them?????.

 

Will it be fair when JESUS CHRIST EXCLUDES THEM on judgment day for not believing in HIM.

 

AND Sends there A$$ to HELL for THEM  not letting HIS Believers Pray to HIM!!Laughing

You must either allow all prayers, from all religions, or none. Anything else is bigoted and government interference with freedom of religion. It's even worse if they force students who do not believe to pray. Prayer does not belong in school. School is to teach knowledge, not religion.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

It is right that we should not bind Kids with religion. So we should not teach them religion instead of study in school.

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