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his fight for school prayer
By Attorney Roy Miller
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ATLANTA, Feb. 9,
2012, 2:20 p.m.
- In 1994, Attorney Roy
Miller became the first and only person to succeed at having the
n-word deleted from a major dictionary. He is in the middle of a
fight to return prayer back to school, as it existed prior to
the Engel v. Vitale court decision.
"A child is like a dog on a chain, stuck with
the moralities and hearts of his parents. Children cannot get
away. They are exposed as witnesses and victims to indecency,
pain, anti-biblical morals and anything goes life styles. Many
parents abuse the child and even let other people abuse the
child. What happens when a mistreated and misguided animal
breaks the chain?
"If we are not a nation of God, then what are
we? Do you realize that there are no laws in the United States
that say a child must be exposed to God. Many parents fight
against their child being exposed to God, because by doing so,
he or she would be exposed. The animal on the chain would then
realize just how cold blooded he has been treated. The large
number of people that provide the most arguments against the
return of devotion and school prayer are not other religions or
atheists, but people that say that they love and respect God.
Where ever you find a school allowing devotion and school
prayer, you will find lower violence rates, more respect and
more scholars. God has always worked in our children schools,
but people tend to risk theory over fact.
"Jesus said, 'Father, forgive them; for they
do not know what they are doing.' But adults, we know what we
are doing. Jesus spoke up for children and demanded that his
disciples not forbid children from coming to him. We as adults
have not done that. My prayer is that God will make a way for
children to get to him, before they have done really bad things.
Children have no control of their environment and I do not feel
that God intended for our youth to perish. I feel that God
sometimes uses the innocent to evaluate the hearts of the
wicked, until God has seen all that he needs to see. We must
"Devotion and school prayer was a way that
God reached every child, regardless of the parent’s intent to
deny exposure. We adults said nothing, as an atheist took our
children’ exposure to God away and it was replaced with watered
down substitutes. We are supposed to be one nation under God,
not equal to, nor more powerful than. The Supreme ruled, but one
question must be answered by the Supreme Court.
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"I will do everything that I can to pressure the
Supreme Court to publicly answer one question. 1. By whose authority gave the
Supreme Court the jurisdictional power to take prayer out of school, man or God?
If it is clear that the Supreme Court lacked authority and jurisdiction to make
a decision that would out-law school prayer, then the Supreme Court should
vacate their Engel v. Vitale decision, based on lack of jurisdiction and ask God
for forgiveness. We must speak. We, as a nation, either stand with God or
against God. We adults have done bad things that haunt our conscience. Despite
the mistakes and sinful choices that we adults have made, we still have to push
for our children to freely have a respectable relationship with God. We must
demand a clear answer from our Supreme Court. I feel that God demands that we
demand an answer.
(Roy Miller is a legal
consultant for Redding Communications, Inc., parent company to
ReddingNewsReview.com. He is an attorney practicing in Macon, Ga. A primary
focus of his practice is on securing safe environments for young people,
automobile accidents and wrongful death cases. Visit his website at
www.attorneyroymiller.com. He can
also be reached via email at Attorney Roy Miler at
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