We are very fortunate to have Professor Eddie Glaude with us. I have a friend, a colleague, a professor of religion at Princeton who Eddie works with.
Editorial Commentary Author's Commentary The goal of this chapter is to promote the use of Religion in the daily lives of the American people. This means that whether they are conducting their own personal activities, business activities or in government, Truth and Morality will prevail.
I acknowledge that a person can be moral, and act morally, without any religious connections or background, but generally speaking religion really helps and I believe is the best and easiest way to go. This premise would be highly desirable World Wide also. I am a life long member of the Protestant Episcopal Church and thus my beliefs are governed by their doctrines.
I personally believe that all faiths believe in the Golden Rule generally, but that their practices and language vary. I also believe that United States of America citizens have the right or privilege to practice Atheism or Agnosticism.
Practicing one's religion, whatever it may be, is lawful but it shall be done in such a manner that it will not interfere with another's right to practice their religion Morals and religion are very debatable subjects.
This confliction has been going on for thousands of years and will probably exist as long as the human race is around. My chief concern today is that as far as I am concerned, freedom of religion today includes prayers and religious services in schools for those who want it, or at any time or place.
Eliminating religion completely from schools and barring the singing of Christmas carols or anything relating to Christmas and similar restrictions are strictly against the Constitution and never should have happened.
If the majority in any school or district or town or city prefer to have some religion in the school system, it should be their prerogative.
Here again, as I see it, the minority has won out against the will of the nation. Let me explain my personal beliefs. I believe the entire world can live together in harmony if people would follow and believe in two statements printed in The Book of Common Prayer as used by the Episcopal Church.
First, on page of the Book of Common Prayer, you will find the following: Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment.
And the second is like unto it: Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.
Atheists and those who do not agree have that privilege, but they should not interfere with those who do, and vice-versa. The second commandment should apply to every citizen in the United States, basically we are all neighbors. In fact, I consider all six billion plus people in the world as "neighbors".
If all six billion could learn to treat their neighbors as they would want their neighbors to treat them, we would have peace and harmony world-wide. It is that simple. Every time I recite the Lord's Prayer usually dailyI just do not recite the words, but I try to think the thoughts shown after each line: It is up to us as a group to stop warring, fighting etc.
It is up to us to provide for ourselves.
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The goal of this chapter is to promote the use of Religion in the daily lives of the American people. This means that whether they are conducting their own personal activities, business activities or in government, Truth and Morality will prevail.
The separation of science from such humanistic fields as religion, history and literature created a model of university life that did not allow any positive role for religious people, institutions.