[quote=RyanL]In point of fact, our kids are currently being forced to pray to another deity in school - the deity of secular humanism. Moral relativism is the new gospel, with homosexuality and any other sexual perversion being actively taught as healthy, normal, and morally neutral (if not actually good!). Even basic Deism has been banned, so it’s no longer about “what if a Muslim was leading prayer” - which was a poor argument, anyway. Again, Athiesm/Agnosticism is the current state religion, and this legislation is completely contrary to the Constitution.
Why don’t you stand up against that enforcement of religion?
He who is not with Me is against Me, and he who does not gather with Me scatters.
"No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon."
I am not sure what you are referring to in our kids being forced to pray to “secular humanism”, While I do disagree with things that are taught in the schools, my kids have never been forced to pray to anything there.
It is my job as a parent to teach my kids right and wrong, my family’s and our religion’s version, not the cultural version.
Perhaps things are different in your school system. While I do know our district teaches values, it does not teach religion, and the values are things like honesty, sportsmanship etc.
When I feel my schools are doing something inappropriate, I do speak out.
And I do think the arguement as to who’s prayer would be used is extremely valid.
I do not send my children to school with a moral vacuum, that easily sucks up everything around it. I send them filled with strong values.