A Question of Rights
I am a 1977 Pinecrest High School graduate, and I remember the Gideons giving a Bible to each member of the graduating class that year.
If a Gideon showed up at a public school today with a Bible, he'd probably be tarred and feathered by the media, the ACLU, and other religions who do not believe what the Bible represents to those of us who love and worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Amy Lorber and her children have the right to attend or not any assembly in America that offends them. They also have the right to rent the auditorium at Pinecrest, and to invite anyone they wish to attend.
Mrs. Lorber needs to be reminded that I, and other believers in Jesus, have the right to assemble, invite, plan, conduct, as well as sign, praise, worship and call on the name of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ, and to do it in public.
I am an American and a believer in Jesus Christ. I do not apologize to Mrs. Lorber or anyone else for that.
Thanks to First Baptist of Aberdeen for putting their feet to their faith.
Rebecca Mills Myrick, West End
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