School football team crosses the line in making non-Christian students feel isolated or excluded, and when a complaint is filed, instead of having a tantrum, the adult responsible says that yes, it's gotten out of hand, no it was never his intent to make anyone on the team(s) feel singled out, and that it won't be happening anymore.
Ultimately, isn't the point of a team supposed to be teaching EVERYONE to work together, not just a likeminded subgroup? Seems a lot of the schools that choose to fight instead of acknowledge the pain they cause have missed that part of teamwork.
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Answer by Crafty26 at 5:16 PM on Jul. 2, 2013
Do you have ANY literacy in religion? Do you realize that for some children their religion is apart of their culture and it is apart of who they are? You can't take it away from them because you don't have any. Sigh....
Do you? Do you realize that by not praying publicly at a football game it is not taking ANYTHING away from their culture or religious beliefs.
Answer by KristiS11384 at 6:13 PM on Jul. 2, 2013