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Your Views: Schools can’t let atheist groups run our lives

POSTED: December 6, 2014 1:00 a.m.

On Wednesday, I read about the humanist group suing Hall County Schools over prayers. The complainants were listed as Jane Doe, Jane Roe and Jane Coe due to the fact identification posed a risk.

I would like to ask these three ladies: Do you at all believe in our wonderful savior? Do you believe in Christmas? If not, I would list you as an atheist.

I am so thankful, as a parent, that we still have some Christians left in the school system. I salute Chestatee and Will Schofield and pray that Hall County Christians will stand firmly behind them.

I would like to ask this humanist group one more question: Why don’t you try getting a real life and go visiting schools and see what teachers have to incur all day long with unruly children? Evidently, you chose to stir up problems for everyone. You know, if they heard a prayer every now and then, it may make a difference in their lives.

You know, students, teachers, etc. have a freedom of choice just like you three. I would like for all the humanists to realize, there is great power in prayer.

Stand up, Christians. Don’t let this group rule. Remember, one person took praying before ballgames away from us.

Dot Stephens


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