Prayer and Religious Freedom

Prayer and Religious Freedom

Prayer and Religious Freedom

This past Monday the US Supreme Court heard the case of former coach Joe Kennedy, who was fired by Washington’s Bremerton School District in twenty-fifteen after he silently prayed on a school field after a football game. Lifesite news reports that what appeared to be sympathetic statements and questions from the Supreme Court’s conservative majority during the two-hour hearing indicate the court may side with Kennedy in its decision, anticipated by the end of June.

If praying on the fifty yard-line after a football game with students voluntarily joining constitutes the establishment of a religion, we’re in more trouble than we ever imagined. Hopefully the statements and line of questioning by the justices will be truly indicative of their final decision and religious freedom will prevail over a very twisted view of the First Amendment.

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