The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Mo. passes prayer amendment

Missouri voters overwhelmingly approved a "right to pray" amendment to the state's constitution in August, despite concerns about the measure's necessity and legality. The ballot language stressed the rights of citizens to express their religious beliefs and the rights of children to pray and acknowledge God in schools. It also said students could be exempted from classroom activities that violate their religious beliefs.


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Women and the Reformation: Then & Now