Oct. 5; Bring Your Bible to School Day

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Roger Ek
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Oct. 5; Bring Your Bible to School Day

Tomorrow is "BringYour Bible to School Day." nationwide. It is your right. It is guaranteed under the First Amendment. Will the progressives go berserk?

http://www.wymt.com/content/news/Governor-Bevin-encourages-students-to-b...

Bruce Libby
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In the past there has been

In the past there has been comments about children being brought to various political events, protest about abortion etc..
those also are protected just not a great idea IMO.
Same applies to above.

Gov. should stay out of that one,letting parents deal with it as they see fit.

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    Jasper
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    What a muddle-headed old fool

    What a muddle-headed old fool you are, EK. According to the article you posted, The U.S. and Kentucky Constitutions allow students to bring their Bibles, other religious texts, or even their copies of the Constitution to school any day school is in session. The only people who would go berserk are people like you if there were to be a "bring your Koran to school day".

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    we see three different

    we see three different opinions in three posts.

    I believe I know some of the merits Roger might list as to why the Bible is good for children to see and read.

    I understand Bruce's apprehension given the many cults which might exploit an opportunity to provide explanation of the text, Christianity/Judaism is quite splintered.

    But Mr. Jasper brings up another viewpoint. The Koran. I confess that I have never read this book of faith and would love to know the merits of it and the benefit of exposing children to these writings.
    Please Mr. Jasper, give us a short list of the edifying joys and wonders of the Koran. Thank you.

    Jasper
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    In your tiny little black and

    In your tiny little black and white world, it's a Jesus vs. Mohammad ping pong match. Most people I know don't root for one prophet over another.

    KennyRoberts
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    Concerning your knowledge of

    Concerning your knowledge of either text, thank you for confirming what I already knew.
    You know nothing.

    What I didn't know for sure is that most people you know were as uniformed as you are.
    Just a crew of pseudo intellectuals who have no substance but enjoy mocking and scorning to appear relevant.

    You should expand your horizons someday and learn about the things you feel compelled to comment about.

    Bruce Libby
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    Kenny earns a:

    Kenny earns a:
    DRum Roll and Rimshot !

    Bruce Libby
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    Kenny earns a:

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    Melvin Udall
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    Yesper: " Most people I know

    Yesper: " Most people I know don't root for one prophet over another."

    Reminds us of the famous "How could he have won? No-one I know voted for him!"

    Jasper
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    Reminds me of the 25 times

    Reminds me of the 25 times Jesus is mentioned, with reverence, in the Koran. But you nescient neanderthals wouldn't know about that.

    KennyRoberts
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    Reminds you? That is a laugh,

    Reminds you? That is a laugh, thanks.

    I know GOOGLE is your friend, but what they don't know, and obviously you don't either, is that Jesus is not held in a reverence befitting Him. Islam hardly holds Jesus in high esteem, citing that He was a great prophet, then discounts Him by insisting that Mohamed is greater. I left out the part where Allah is punishing Jesus for lying that He was God's Son.

    Islam gives lip service to Moses and the prophets as well, but its like modern Christianity today, they give lip service but know nothing about that which they speak, nor do they want to as they have their own counterfeit that they try to legitimize by name dropping as mentioned.

    Jasper
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    LOL. It's like Eid al-Fitr

    LOL. It's like Eid al-Fitr every day on AMG. You admit you know nothing of the Koran, then take a crash course from Jihad Watch.

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