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PostSubject: Foundation backs legislation on State Police, chaplains   Wed Jan 07, 2009 5:59 pm

Foundation backs legislation on State Police, chaplains
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By Staff Reports

Published: January 7, 2009

-- The Family Foundation says it will back legislation to prohibit the Virginia State Police from denying the right of chaplains to pray in the name of Jesus.

Six voluntary chaplains who worked for the State Police resigned in protest last year when they were stopped from invoking Jesus' name in prayers.

-- Tyler Whitley

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Posted by ( Randy ) on January 07, 2009 at 4:26 pm


No, the Muslim or Bhuddist could politely leave the room or sit quietly praying to himself - much like a Christian would do at non-Christian events. Easy enough?

If nothing else, we shouldn’t be in the business of (a) allowing a small vocal, ultra-sensitive group of Christophobes to run roughshod over the spiritual needs of our law enforcement officers or soldiers by managing how police chaplains do their job and invoke the name of the Almighty, nor should we be in the business of compelling non-believers to endure spiritual events without providing them a polite, non-judgmental outlet to excuse themselves from such an event.


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Posted by ( JackCrowX ) on January 07, 2009 at 3:57 pm


What if a State Police officer is Muslim or Buddhist? Does he have to pray, or be forced to listen to prayers, in the name of Jesus?



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