A Religion of Peace and Love?

Love thy neighbor? Not exactly.
Love thy enemy? Not exactly.
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you? Not exactly.

If you haven’t heard, Jessica Ahlquist, a 16 year old girl in Cranston, RI objected to a prayer banner in a public school. The courts agreed that it was unconstitutional and ordered it taken down. Listen to this woman read the messages of love from her religious schoolmates posted on twitter and facebook.

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2 Responses to A Religion of Peace and Love?

  1. If that is representative of the thinking of young Americans, then it is easy to predict that there will be a rather poor outcome for the future of that Nation. I thought it was terrible here in Canada when I read some of the online comments about the plight of the Cree Indians of Appawatapiskat. In one case the person wrote that they were only just a bunch of bush monkeys.
    It is obvious that our Nations lack quality leadership at most levels, especially in the Education field! I am glad that I won’t live long enough to see this moral decay mature!

  2. I have no idea about young people. I know few of them. I will say that Jessica Ahlquist is one seriously courageous young person. It wouldn’t take many like her to overcome the whole lot of these blithering idiots.

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