Because you don’t think of the cross as a religious symbol, I will go and do the things which the Lord hath commanded poster why not use a statue or sculpture that depicts their courage and their service? I hope and pray the Supreme Court overturns this decision.
I will go and do the things which the Lord hath commanded poster
The living present service members gain strength or are diminished by witnessing how you honor their predecessors… shame on those who push this movement against my fallen comrades…. Before any monument is removed let every surviving veteran, and only the veterans, determine the fate of any heroes hallowed burial site, and any marker he or his posterity chose to errect… I will go and do the things which the Lord hath commanded poster all others have no bearing on this matter… we’re not self-centered bastards we are upholding the US Constitution.
Remember the Pilgrims came here for religious freedom—the main reason they risked their lives to sail to this wilderness. The king of England was forcing everyone to join his form of Christianity.What if we voted in a President and they made everyone become a Lutheran or Baptist? No choice! Or in the future: everyone must become a believer in only some African religion or become a Muslim? I’m in no way against honoring our service men and women.