In discussion of country’s ideal, a controversial issue has been if kneeling during the national anthem is disrespectful or not. On the one hand, many argue that they are expressing their first amendment rights. On the other hand, many people believe it’s disrespecting our nation 's ideals and the people who fight for our freedom. My own view is that it is not disrespecting the country’s ideals if the country is not living up to the ideals itself. While people believe kneeling during the National Anthem is disrespecting the country 's ideals, I believe kneeling during the National Anthem is not disrespectful.
A non religious student may not like that your praying right in front of him or her because they might think your more superior than them. People should be judged by their actions, not by what religion they believe in or how publicly or loudly the way pray “The Case Against School Prayer” Freedom From Religion Foundation, ffrf.org/component/k2/item/14113-schoolprayer. Prayer in schools could start arguments because people with a different religion may disagree with the way a person prays because they think that that persons religion might be more superior than the others. However, if there were prayer in schools it should be demonstrated respect to all
Although I believe in prayer, I do not agree with the fact that they are making the students and teachers pray in the mornings. I believe that it should be up to you, not everyone is a Christian and not everyone has the same beliefs as others, because of religions, this could also be offensive to someone of a different religion.
I feel led to pray so would you like to pray with me? Jesus is the way, the truth, and the light. Jesus has commanded me to love him with my whole heart and he has commanded me to love my neighbors as myself. Jesus also commanded me to go out into the world and win the people to come to Christ. Again, I love the Lord and I am willing to do his will no matter how hard it gets.
Religious symbols being displayed in schools has caused a significant amount of controversy and debate, particularly in what could be considered a more liberal and free thinking global society. The state of societies and nations today seem to follow a secular position of government with there being no influence of religion on the operations of government. However, a more common scenario is that of a clear distinction between religion and state. Whilst the question posited asks us to determine whether or not school should display religious symbols in the classroom, the more significant question should be to what extent is there a separation of state and religion, and can it be justifiable in a supposed secular state for religious symbols to
Holly Pryle Emily Chappell English 121 22 March 2018 Kneeling for the Anthem Every American child is raised with the knowledge that they were born in a country that by law gives them freedom of self-expression and the right to protest. However, this right does not mean that people must agree with you and in many cases, groups wind up at odds over differing opinions. Over the past few years America has seen many examples of this, most notably football players protesting injustice by kneeling during the anthem. This form of protest has sparked much controversy and has caused more harm than good. The protesters have divided their fans and disrespected the nation.
A second example of the free exercise clause being expressed is having the freedom to pray in school. A student is a loud to pray to themselves or with other students but a teacher or administrator cannot be present or in charge. This is freedom to practice religion in school but religions cannot be forced upon other students. Instead of having a prayer over an intercom, we now have a moment of silence to allow those who want to pray, the opportunity to do
Religion Education And School Many school systems have become breeding grounds for many discussions over the years. Some of those teaching of religion course, freedom of uniform and detection of weekly course hours. The course content relevant to today’s world have might be compared with other problems and then we see that the most important issue. The issue of religion in schools poses many questions, but there are no clear cut answers. People’s opinions on this matter are not likely to change anytime soon, making this an issue that is going to be around for a while.
Religious activities, such as prayer, that promote the beliefs of one religion shouldn’t be sponsored, organized, or encouraged by school personnel because it is unconstitutional and violates the religious beliefs of students from different religions. The debate of prayer in public schools has been around for a long time, but when people understand that the students have all the rights they need, then the debate will be