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6 years ago  ::  Feb 02, 2009 - 2:33PM #21
Summer813
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free2beme09 wrote:

No Summer I do not "think" there is a law that prohibits bible study at lunch time.  I think lunch is longer then 20 minutes at most schools, and I remember plenty of club meetings at lunch when I was in high school. :rolleyes:


Lunchtime varies from school to school (and I never said it didn't). At my high school it was only twenty minutes. There wasn't time for a club to meet.

But getting to the point: how many examples can you give us of schools which allow all clubs except Bible study to meet during lunch, and what reasons do those schools give?

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6 years ago  ::  Feb 02, 2009 - 3:02PM #22
Free2beme09
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Summer813 wrote:

Lunchtime varies from school to school (and I never said it didn't). At my high school it was only twenty minutes. There wasn't time for a club to meet.

But getting to the point: how many examples can you give us of schools which allow all clubs except Bible study to meet during lunch, and what reasons do those schools give?


I never said any school openly prohibited any bible study clubs.  I was simply making a statement to MM about compromise.  I am not sure why my statement based on opinion requires any examples.  ;)

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6 years ago  ::  Feb 02, 2009 - 3:28PM #23
Summer813
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free2beme09 wrote:

I never said any school openly prohibited any bible study clubs.  I was simply making a statement to MM about compromise.  I am not sure why my statement based on opinion requires any examples.  ;)


You seemed to be implying it in your response to me when I mentioned that students are permitted to hold Bible study clubs after school just as with any other club, and that was why I figured you were thinking of specific instances.

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6 years ago  ::  Feb 02, 2009 - 3:45PM #24
Free2beme09
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Summer813 wrote:

You seemed to be implying it in your response to me when I mentioned that students are permitted to hold Bible study clubs after school just as with any other club, and that was why I figured you were thinking of specific instances.


Oh I am sorry.  I sometimes do two things at once.  I apologize for the misunderstanding.  :p

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