Raymond121 Wrote:
Sep 26, 2012 1:46 AM
In a number of states, the school laws allow for public school students to receive "released time" for one school period per day so the can walk off campus and have a religious education class, and a spiritual experience, with their high school peers. This has been approved by the Supreme Court as permissible under the First Amendment. In some states, there are three different religious education prigrams, one Catholic, one Evangelical, and the third Mormon. When Released Time is not available, the Mormons have Early Morning Seminary (that is what they call it) each day before school starts. At colleges, Mormons have off campus Institutes of religion, where students take college level religion and theology classes. These classes work!