I heard on Laura Ingraham's show this morning that the ACLU is apparently contemplating a lawsuit against the Naval Academy if they do not end nonsectarian prayers at lunch. Now while I understand the ordinary conservative "go tell them to pound sand" response to this--that the ACLU is ignoring little things like prayer at the Constitutional Convention when they claim that prayers in public funded settings are unConstitutional--I also think that Biblically speaking, they got this one at least partially right.
That is, if you've heard most sectarian prayers and think from a Biblical worldview, you want to wash your ears out afterwards because most of them are blasphemous--prayers to a God who is not that of the Bible. My desire for the Middies to have spiritual support while they train means that I oppose ritual blasphemy before they eat their midday meal.
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