Reply to "Group complains about Brooks’ pregame prayers"

Christianity, sadly, does not hold the honor of being the only group who is filled with nutjobs and zealots, as evidenced by this man's actions, and those who hold him in reverence.  I am not condoning the actions of either group, just simply pointing out that Mr. Green had nothing to fear from the vocal prayers at the school, and his actions are a ferverent display of someone who is either looking for attention or feels threatened by his Christian neighbors prayers to a God in whom he says he does not believe,

 

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What in the world has this man done for you to label him a "nutjob"?  Who holds him in reverence? I don't know him personally, I might or might not like him if I met him. And again, who would want the kind of "attention" everyone knows you get when you go up against the sacred cow called religion?? And that hint that deep down he might believe is just like an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend stalking their ex and yelling "stop this! Why are you doing this?" "You know you still love me"! Why does he have to be conflicted to oppose a group breaking the law? And which laws are we allowed to break? Can we pick and choose?  I want to park in one of those always empty handicapped parking spots. Why can't I do that? Who would I be hurting? And once more I will ask, why the prayers anyway? You're there to see a ballgame, not, as RP pointed out, in church. Are christians so afraid and conflicted that they have to pray every time the wind blows? What would happen if you didn't pray at a sporting event? Would your god strike you down or punish the kids on the field?

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