It’s freedom of religion, not from religion

It’s freedom of religion, not from religion

Today’s letter to the Editor and I say (Kudos) “praise” to the writer!

A recent article on banning prayer at Leesburg High School for students and coaches sent me to the ACLU’s book of the Constitution and First Amendment rights on religion.

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

Because Congress is the only organization authorized to pass laws, all court discussions against the use of the Bible and prayer are unconstitutional and Congress should deem them invalid.

Congress should also require the American Atheist organization to prove that God does not exist before being allowed to force their beliefs on others.

The Bible is not a religion.

It is a book of instructions on how to live a better life and to treat people as equals with love.

Religions are groups of people and organizations that want everyone to believe as they do whether it be true or false or somewhere in between.

The courts in the United States should return the people’s freedom.

NORMAN CONAWAY, Leesburg

http://www.dailycommercial.com/

I might add that even scientist cannot disprove God, ask a scientist

“What is on the other side of the Big Bang,”

and unless they studied the bible they must say,

“I do not know?”

Because the bible plainly states that God is on the other side of the Big Bang, Genesis 1:1

The only point the American Atheist organization can point to, to disprove God is the Mustard Seed and that is only because not one of them has the faith of a Mustard Seed!

Matthew 17:20

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