- Oct 7, 2019
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Well, are the Muslim students being allowed to use the rooms for prayer during school hours? If so, shouldn't the students also be able to hold a Bible study during school hours?The question I answered was a hypothetical about a Bible study which said nothing about doing it during school hours. Stop trying to be such an attention whore.
I think you’re wrong. Christian student groups do use school property for Christian purposes.OK, let's say the students want to use a room to hold a service? Forget the church. You've already said the school cannot discriminate, so, say the students want to hold a study or a service. My point was, at some point, if that ever happens the left will be uproared over it and the school may deny said service or study and many other lefties will say that that's completely within bounds.
How do we fix that?
M-W says you are full of shit. I will always be prejudiced against kid diddlers and will not consider any other possibility.That’s not actually prejudice since it’s based on material information.
Why didn’t you link to the dictionary definition?M-W says you are full of shit. I will always be prejudiced against kid diddlers and will not consider any other possibility.
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Synonyms & Antonyms of prejudice(Entry 1 of 2)
1an attitude that always favors one way of feeling or acting especially without considering any other possibilities
Prejudice: an attitude that always favors one way of feeling or acting especially without considering any other possibilities. Synonyms: bias, favor, nonobjectivity… Antonyms: impartiality, neutrality, objectivity… Find the right word.www.merriam-webster.com
I linked the definition that pertains to my comment, Dipshit.Why didn’t you link to the dictionary definition?
“an unfair feeling of dislike for a person or group because of race, sex, religion, etc.”
I'm sure it happens. I'll bet you can find a rare occasion of it happening. Again, my point is the continuous threads from the left exclaiming that public schools are no place for religion.I think you’re wrong. Christian student groups do use school property for Christian purposes.
A student group could form a club to do Bible study and use a room if they want. It happens.
but since that wasn't at the same school , it isn't relevant.Muslims don't have to pray at school, they have their own accommodations for how to preform "make-up prayers" when they are unable to follow the regular schedule.
As for specific christian prayers, before eating would be one that's pretty universal across all christian denominations, and we have seen in the past christians students disciplined for doing things like joining hands or praying in a group before lunch. And any teacher assisting in proving such accommodations for christian students have been quickly fired.
As long as all receive broad/general consideration, I see no issue.I agree - Seems to me that public schools setting up prayer rooms would be a clear violation of church and state separation. Accommodating their dietary preferences and allowing for outdoor prayer at specific times of the day would be a different matter.