“When you take religion out of the public stadium, when you take God out of there, folks suffer, said Raven’s tight end Benjamin Watson before this week at a Fox News interview which seems remarkably true.
Watson argues that the double standard the American individuals have held on clinging to God in times of crisis but forcing Him out of colleges (and the public world generally) through times of serenity is contributing to the added violence and chaos on earth.
And it appears as though Florida lawmakers may be starting to concur per a bill they suggested this week which would require all colleges in the state to exhibit “In God We Trust” at a visible place.
While lawmakers don’t think it is a fix-all alternative after the Parkland shooting catastrophe that killed seventeen, a few seem to believe that “issues of their heart” are equally as important to address as gun laws.
“It isn’t a secret that we have some gun issues which have to be addressed,” said Democratic Rep. Kimberly Daniels. “But the thing that needs to be addressed are issues of the heart. ”
“God isn’t Republican and he’s not a Democrat,&rdquo. “rsquo & He;s not black and he’s white. He’s the light. And our colleges want light in them like never before. ”
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The bill says, “Every district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all of the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the screen of state motto, ‘In God We Trust,’ designated under s. 15.030 a conspicuous place. ”
If the law is officially accepted, it is going to take effect.
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