national day of reason
Because not everyone has a god to pray to.
In 1952, Congress established the National Day of Prayer. It has been observed on every first Thursday in May since 1988, but this year's day of prayer celebration was my favorite -- by default.
The first Thursday in May is a peculiar day for many Americans as it's a day set aside for government to intrude in their private religious practices. On May 1, the National Day of Prayer, government officials from city council to president ask citizens to join them in supplication.
We've enrolled prayer and reason as weapons in the culture wars. But how about a National Day for Prayer and Reason? Because there are plenty of Americans who do not want to separate the two.
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Every year on the first Thursday of May a peculiar thing happens: the president and government officials across the nation ask us to pray.
The annual observance on Capitol Hill featured more than three hours of worship and prayer for the nation's leaders and the
On the National Day of Reason religious people of all sorts join non-believers in recognizing that a government of the people should use reason as the basis for creating and enforcing its laws and regulations.
"We feel that having our chief elected officials proclaim a religious day to be a clear violation of the separation of church