Glenn Beck told prayer is forbidden at his Kennedy Center event

Glenn Beck told there can be no prayer at his event at the Kennedy Center


Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.  — First Amendment

These are the same people that at lightning speed approved the Ground Zero victory mosque.

From BreitbartTV via memeorandum:

Ironically, Obama just had a Ramadan dinner at the White House all of 5 days ago. So Islam is OK in public buildings but Christianity is not? NewsBusters has the Beck transcript…

“That said, Beck informed his readers of this event Wednesday:

Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny is an eye-opening evening at the historic Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C that will help heal your soul. Guided by uplifting music, nationally-known religious figures from all faiths will unite to deliver messages reminiscent to those given during the struggles of America’s earliest days. The event will leave you with a renewed determination to look past the partisan differences and petty problems that fill our airwaves and instead focus our shared values, principles and strong belief that faith can play an essential role in reuniting the country.

“Those interested can read more about Restoring Honor here.”

From Wallbuilders comes this:

…Significantly, the Capitol building had been used as a church even for years before it was occupied by Congress. The cornerstone for the Capitol had been laid on September 18, 1793; two years later while still under construction, the July 2, 1795, Federal Orrery newspaper of Boston reported:

City of Washington, June 19. It is with much pleasure that we discover the rising consequence of our infant city. Public worship is now regularly administered at the Capitol, every Sunday morning, at 11 o’clock by the Reverend Mr. Ralph.

This informative article continues at theblogprof.

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