Alliance Defense Fund sends Natl Day of Prayer letters
The Internet and blogosphere is abuzz with commentary and news about the National Day of Prayer and a federal judge who recently ruled that it is unconstitutional.
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The Alliance Defense Fund has sent leters to mayers across the country telling them that it is OK to observe the National Day of Prayer on May 6.
In a news release, leaders of the fund said they wanted to inform the city leaders that a federal judge’s decision striking down the National Day of Prayer statute as unconstitutional does not impedes their observance of the designated day.
An initial letter was sent by the Alliance Defense Fund to mayors on April 1, urging them to observe and participate in the May 6 event and resist demands from National Day of Pray opponents to discontinue honoring the day.
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