Saturday, March 1, 2008

Christian Intolerance/Anti-Semitism

The New Your Times here recounts the story of a Delaware woman who has been hounded out of her hometown because she has sued the school board for its pervasive use of "Christian" prayer in the public schools.

I am ashamed. And a bit concerned. I do not want a school board determining what is an appropriate form of prayer. I do not want a government condoning a particular brand of religion or elevating a particular from of religion. Somehow "Christians" have the idea that if they don't have the freedom to ride roughshod over persons of other religions, then they are persecuted.