Remembering the Ministry of
The Reverend Dr. Carl McIntire
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McIntire For Prayer Bill

Washington-Dr. Carl McIntire, president of the International Council of Christian Churches, appeared before the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments in Washington, D.C., Friday afternoon, August 5, on behalf of ministers favoring the right to pray in public schools. He supported a Constitutional amendment introduced by Senate minority leader Everett Dirksen. Citing incidents of national emergency when the President has asked for the prayers of the whole population, he asked, 'Is prayer now to be forbidden in the White House because it is supported by tax money?"

Dr. McIntire stressed that he supports legislation which will allow a liberal interpretation of the First Amendment and that he opposes any attempt to involve the state in religion. 'The state should not write prayers or specify when prayers should be made," he said; "it should be entirely voluntary. But prayer is not sectarian nor an establishment of religion, and the state, by being neutral, is really siding with atheism in denying the right to pray. Americans should be guaranteed the right to pray publicly at any time."

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