Church and State and School Prayer
This paper is an argument about why school prayer goes against the separation between church and state in the United States.
# 5624 | 1,300 words | 3 sources | APA | 2001 |
Published on Feb 10, 2003 in Law (Constitution) , English (Argument) , Religion and Theology (General) , Education (General)
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This paper presents a discussion about school prayer. The author of this paper believes that prayer in school is a direct violation of the constitutional mandate that church and state remain separated, and discusses the intent of the founding fathers when implementing such a separation.
From the Paper:"For many years now, the issue of school prayer has made the forefront to the news. We hear that students defy direct orders from school officials and stand to recite the Lord's Prayer at graduation. We hear about principals being hauled into court by the ACLU for allowing students to pray on campus. It is a volatile issue that remains close to the heart on both sides of the argument. The bottom line, however, is that America proudly waves its diversity banner to the rest of the world. We brag about the fact that we welcome and encourage diversity and we are founded on the premise that freedom of religion should be a right of every person."
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