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Published: Wednesday, Nov. 6 2013 12:00 a.m. MST

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Owl
Salt Lake City, UT

It is not only believers versus non-believers. Having heard public prayers that were offensive to other believers, it is evident that prayers are best employed in a religious environment or at least they should be inclusive of all persons' sensitivities which in practice reduces praying to a meaningless activity.

Veritas Aequitas
Fruit Heights, UT

I don't care whether or not people are offended.

I just thing public prayers are a waste of time.

Do we require the pledge and national anthem at the beginning of church services?

Just sayin'...

happy2bhere
clearfield, UT

Lately the Supreme Court has been swinging toward the religious liberty, pro prayer, on most of these issues. 5 to 4 of course. I think it is going to take one more Obama, or Democrat Presidential court appointment for the liberals to get what they want. Just hang on all you anti religion types. Your day will come.

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