US Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeal of Candy Cane Case
The U.S. Supreme Court today refused to hear an appeal from some Texas parents who wanted to stop their school district from regulating when students can pass out religious-themed material to classmates. The court refused to hear an appeal from some parents from the Plano Independent School District. The district in 2005 told elementary students that religious-themed [...]
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Well, in this case I have to agree, if it is a public school then those of any religious faith need to respect that and hand out material when it is allowed. I think if they respect that they will get their message across much better than the force it down their throats method.
Our church works with the public school next to it and we read with the kids, clean, help with fund raisers etc. We do not "preach" or hand out any literature. But we are now getting lots of questions and have the opportunity to share our faith, but again, only when asked.
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