Religion In Schools
In Matthew 6:9-13 it says… your will be done, on Earth as it is in Heaven… if this is true then shouldn’t EVERYBODY be able to have freedom of religion where ever and whenever they please? Faculty in school are limited to what they can say or do in relation to thief religious views and beliefs. I believe that the Lord’s Prayer gives a prime explanation on why faculty should NOT be limited on when or where they practice their beliefs. Faculty should be able to express their religion freely while also keeping in mind others rights to practice their’s also.
In Matthew 6:9-13 the LORD explains to us how we should pray and it also says…your will be done, on Earth AS IT IS in Heaven. Jesus says that in Heaven you may worship and pray as much as you want, so if the Lord’s Prayer is concise and accurate then we on Earth should be able to do the same whether we are at church, home, work, or school. At my school the faculty are not allowed to practice or talk about their beliefs on religion to any students, even if the students ask or engage them in the conversation. I believe that anyone, no matter who they are or what their beliefs are that they should be able to worship on Earth as they would in Heaven.
The faculty are limited about what they can do in relation to religion. A group of friends and I started a prayer circle at our school and we asked many people to come join us even the teachers. Yet when we asked the teachers they said they can’t, not that they didn’t want to but that they COULDN’T. We as the students we pretty confused at first on what that could even be possible for them to be restricted like that. As students we go to school to learn freely, so why if we ask a question about a different subject they can’t answer? Faculty shouldn’t be limited to what they do in school just because students are around. I see my teachers all around town like in Wal-Mart, the fair, walking around town, and some even at church, so when I...
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