The Globe and Mail has some interesting letters concerning the women who does not want her child to receive a form that would allow her to receive a bible. It isn’t the fact that she receives a bible it is only that she has a choice to receive a bible.
Now in this day and age when someone asks a question, you do have a choice. In most instances an elevated society would then state that the person questioned would then answer. It seems a bit backwards to ask someone not to ask the question, at all. I was wondering how advertising in schools is then viewed. There you don’t get a chance, it just sits in your face. But then that is all about money which is always more important than theology. Money will always carry you through any of life’s crises, right?