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Church 'Bewildered' By Cinema Ban On Lord's Prayer Ad


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The church's communication director said "people should be allowed to "make up their own minds as to whether they are upset or offended by it"."

 

Really, if people are going to get offended, it is because they are utterly sick of the bad example religion has set.  It reflects badly on Jehovah, and so they are really rejecting him. 

 

But on the other hand, if people see no offense in the concept of prayer, then this stand taken by the cinema chain has affected their freedom of speech.  Even Richard Dawkins, the atheist see this "If anybody is 'offended' by something so trivial as a prayer, they deserve to be offended," he said".  We know Jehovah will draw those who are questioning the values of this corrupt system with its corrupt religions and set them free.

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