Real prayer does not occur to impress or to instruct other people. – C. Welton Gaddy

After the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Greece v. Galloway case found overtly sectarian prayer at public government meetings to be constitutionally permissible, Welton shares some thoughts on the damage this will inevitably do to citizens who do not belong to majority faith traditions – as well as to prayer itself.

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Welton Gaddy SCOTUS public meeting prayer commentary: May 10, 2014 (with subtitles)

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