Thursday, October 14, 2010

Religious views on religion

We were talking about Religion in our Constitutional Law class and what was constitutional and what wasn't. I know I have to learn the stuff to pass the test and the class, but that doesn't mean I have to agree with it. What that being said, my opinion is just that, my opinion. My instructor doesn't care one way or the other what my, or any one else's opinion is on the situation, as long as you follow what is being taught. I can dig that.

I can't understand how one doesn't want prayer in school because it is said it violates their constitutional right when the Bible says to pray without ceasing but yet they want to use the Freedom of Speech clause to cuss on television even when it's a family show. The system is all screwed up everywhere. One girl had so much to say when this topic arose in class and each person has the right to believe in whatever and whoever you want, but one thing I do know that people think differently but I still believe in One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism. That's what I've grown up to believe all these years and if I've been taught wrong, blame it on the a-a-a-a-alcohol!

So the instructor asked the girl who was asking all these questions, "What does that have to do with what we are discussing in class?" That was kind of a low blow but she wanted the instructor to justify that her beliefs were right and the book was wrong. It could very well be, but just because they are my beliefs don't mean you have to believe in what I believe in. I know I wasn't created from no darn monkey but if the question is asked on a test, heck yeah I'm putting that as the answer because that's what they teach. Just because I deal with things doesn't mean I have to agree with it. Now let the church say Amen.

Lovingly yours,

1 comment:

  1. ROFL...Amen and another amen to your craziness.