[Hpn] Fwd: [Hpn] Goldsmith to Homeless: Pray for Food / Your opinion?

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Mon, 5 Feb 2001 19:12:21 EST


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Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2001 19:11:20 EST
Subject: Re: [Hpn] Goldsmith to Homeless: Pray for Food / Your opinion?
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In a message dated 2/5/2001 4:05:37 PM Mountain Standard Time, 
wgcp@earthlink.net writes:

<< you should have an option. Government should never force you
 through the front door of a religious organization. If, however, you have a
 choice of a faith-based organization and you, the individual, choose to go
 there and you have to pray before your lunch meal, you should be required
 to pray." >>
Yes, but only the conditions laid out by Goldsmith. As he says, you have a 
choice; to go or not to go. If you choose to go through the doors of a 
faith-based organization, you SHOULD have to pray--either that, or don't go. 
You have a right not to pray of course, but a PRIVATELY funded faith based 
ministry has a right not to serve you.

Regards

Jeremy Reynalds
www.joyjunction.org 

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